This is a magic little western TV series and it's only a pity that it wasn't shot in widescreen and a better sound format than the monaural of its time. Looking on the bright side, at least it's in colour. If it had been an English series it could have been in black and white.
Pete Duel and Ben Murphy make an excellent partnership as the ex-hole in the wall gang outlaws seeking amnesty from the law for their train robbing crimes by staying out of trouble for a year. Of course everything conspires to make them fail.
The series fell apart somewhat after Pete Duel's tragic death as his replacement, though good, just wasn't up to the same standard (though to be fair you always tend to go with the original given a choice).
It's not to be taken too seriously, being of about the standard in the seriousness stakes of a James Bond film, but it's not a comedy. If you like westerns including those of a not to serious nature then you can't fail to like and appreciate this series.
Whilst the picture suffers from a few little sparklies, the colour is brilliant and the sound crisp and clear for its time.
I waited for a considerable time for this to come out on DVD and recommend that you buy it before it's deleted.