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Elfego became a lawyer and defended, in his first case, a friend wrongly accused of theft. Determined to ride the success of the TV miniseries Elfego Baca, Disney reproduces she opened for the first time with the films solution Davy Crockett, King of the Trappers and Davy Crockett and the River Pirates. So the trick is to set up a simple conglomeration of some episodes of a TV series into a feature film. What had worked rather well with the trapper, works perfectly for the lawyer of New Mexico. And for good reason: the episodes of the miniseries Elfego Baca was shot on the same basis as those of Davy Crockett (in color - that aired on TV in black and white - with a duration of 45 minutes), the creation of a feature with respect to a series appear soon go home.
Six Gun Law is thus the second and final film hero to emerge in these conditions. First tested on the European market in 1962, where the series is never placed on the small screen, he meets a real commercial success. Cheerful Disney proposes the following in cinemas internationally month. Six Gun Law and is a montage of two episodes of the miniseries, Attorney at Law and The Griswold Murder aired on American television, on 6 and 20 February 1959. Though the film have never been available on video, he is easy to guess that mounting boils down to combining the two released episodes of the presentation of Walt Disney and the introduction in the form of repetition of the previous week.
After a purely commercial approach, Six Gun Law has the advantage of offering abroad partial access to a TV series of quality new work in this market.