Back on the Road...
The original "road trip" drama, Route 66 (1960-64), one of the most acclaimed dramas to emerge from '60s television, returns for a star-studded second season in Route 66: Complete Second Season Television Series.
Now you can own all 32 episodes of season two of this treasured television classic, digitally remastered for the highest quality picture and audio possible in the original, full frame 4:3 aspect ratio.
Famous for its catchy Nelson Riddle theme song, intriguing characters, top-drawer writing and stellar guest star appearances, Route 66 was one of the most highly rated shows of the era, establishing the Corvette as an American icon.
Filmed in locations from coast to coast, the adventures continue for Tod Stiles (Martin Milner), an intellectual who has led a privileged and sheltered life, and Buz Murdock (George Maharis), a tough young man, raised in "Hell's Kitchen", struggling his entire life just to survive.
The duo encounter folks good and bad - even chance encounters with love - in shipyards, chicken farms, cattle ranches, rodeos, hospitals, courtrooms, hotels, amusement parks, wrestling rings, religious retreats and wild animal parks.
So come along for more kicks on Route 66!
Season 2 - Volume 1
Disc 1: A Month of Sundays - Blue Murder - Good Night, Sweet Blues - Birdcage of My Foot
Disc 2: First Class Mouliak - Once to Every Man - The Mud Nest - A Bridge Across Five Days
Disc 3: Mon Petit Chou - Some of the People, Some of the Time - The Thin White Line - And the Cat Jumped Over the Moon
Disc 4: Burning for Burning - To Walk with the Serpent - A Long Piece of Mischief - 1800 Days to Justice
Season 2 - Volume 2
Disc 5: A City of Wheels - How Much a Pound is Albatross - Aren't You Surprised to See Me? - You Never Had It So Good
Disc 6: Shoulder the Sky My Lad - Blues for a Left Foot - Go Read the River - Even Stones Have Eyes
Disc 7: Love is a Skinny Kid - Kiss the Maiden All Forlorn - Two on the House - There I Am, There I Always Am
Disc 8: Between Hello and Goodbye - A Feat of Strength - Hell is Empty, All the Devils are Here - From an Enchantress Fleeing