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Gunsmoke - To the Last Man


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Product Details

  • Actors: James Arness, Pat Hingle, Amy Stock-Poynton, Matt Mulhern, Jason Lively
  • Directors: Jerry Jameson
  • Writers: Earl W. Wallace
  • Producers: Larry Rapaport
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Closed-captioned, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: Paramount
  • DVD Release Date: May 11, 2004
  • Run Time: 91 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0001JXQ2O
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #37,954 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Gunsmoke - To the Last Man" on IMDb

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Product Description

James Arness, Pat Hingle. Marshal Dillon's daughter joins him in his efforts to retrieve his stolen cattle from violent raiders. 1991/color/94 min/NR/fullscreen.

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"Gunsmoke - To the Last Man" once again finds Matt Dillon righting the wrongs in the Wild West. This time trying his hand at cattle ranching, Dillon finds himself in the middle of a range war as he attempts to regain the cattle that were stolen from his farm.

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Picture and sound quality was fine.
J.Cooper
I got it with Gunsmoke: The Last Apache and they're both good additions to the Gunsmoke collection.
Linda A. Nix
The Story Lines are just so Wonderful.
Bonnie D. Hussar

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

18 of 20 people found the following review helpful By DAVID L. WOOD on March 30, 2003
Format: VHS Tape
WITH THE OUTPOURING OF POOR PICTURES FROM THE WEST COAST WE ARE FORCED AT TIMES TO TURN TO WHAT USUALLY IS SECOND RATE ENTERTAINMENT IN THE FORM OF 'MADE FOR T.V.' MOVIES.
FEW OF THEM ARE WORTH YOUR TIME. JUST WATCH THE 'LIFETIME' MOVIE CHANNEL FOR A FEW HOURS AND YOU WILL SEE WHAT I MEAN.
BUT EVERY NOW AND AGAIN ALONG COMES A CUT ABOVE. THIS ONE IS ONE OF THOSE FEW AND FAR BETWEEN TELEVISION EFFORTS THAT ACTUALLY ENTERTAINS NICELY.
WESTERN FANS ARE ALWAYS THRILLED TO SEE JIM ARNESS UP AND AROUND AND BACK TO RIGHTING WRONGS. FOR AN HOUR AND A HALF YOU CAN THRILL TO MATT DILLON, RETIRED U.S. MARSHAL TAKING OUT THE TRASH ONCE AGAIN.
DILLON IS TRYING HIS HAND AT CATTLE RANCHING AND WHEN HIS SMALL HERD IS RUSTLED HE IS BACK ON THE TRAIL OF THE BAD GUYS AND FINDS HIMSELF SMACK DAB IN THE MIDDLE OF A RANGE WAR.
ARNESS IS SUPPORTED WELL BY VETERAN ACTORS MORGAN WOODWARD AND PAT HINGLE. THIS FILM HAS A 'PAY ATTENTION' MOODY SOUNDTRACK THAT IS ABOVE AVERAGE FOR SMALL SCREEN PRODUCTIONS.
AND JUST LIKE THE OLD 'GUNSMOKE' SERIES, THE WRITING IS EXCELLENT. THE DIALOGUE IS SHARP AND EFFECTIVE.
THERE IS JUST SOMETHING SUPERIOR ABOUT THE DELIBERATE 'CAN DO' ATTITUDE OF MATT DILLON. HE NEVER HESITATES TO DO THE RIGHT THING. HE DOESNT HAVE TO MEDITATE ON IT OR REGRET IT AFTERWARDS.
HE IS A SLIGHTLY FLAWED BUT ALWAYS WHITE HAT GOOD GUY. THIS IS SOMETHING WE NEED IN THIS 'AGE OF THE WIMP' DOUBTFUL 21ST CENTURY.
AT LEAST ONE PART IN THIS SHOW WAS MISCAST. THE YOUNG UNDECIDED COW THIEF WHO TURNS OUT TO BE A DECENT HAND COULD HAVE BEEN A LOT BETTER PLAYED. THE ACTOR PLAYING THIS PART DOESNT MAKE THE GRADE. HIS PUT ON COWPOKE 'TWANG' IS SEE THROUGH AND THIS HURTS THE OVERALL CREDIBILITY OF THE PICTURE
JUST A TAD.
BUT OTHER THAN THAT-
'GUNSMOKE; TO THE LAST MAN' IS QUALITY ENTERTAINMENT. LONG LIVE MATT DILLON!!!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Charles Ashbacher HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on November 24, 2013
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This movie, a continuation of the great Gunsmoke series starring James Arness as Matt Dillon, demonstrates that even the best of premises can simply grow tired and run out of steam. The story opens years after Matt put down his lawman's badge, he is now a cattle rancher and at the graveside of the woman that bore his daughter Beth. When some of his cattle are stolen, Matt puts Beth on the train for an Eastern boarding school and sets out to find them. Before Beth leaves town, Matt has to set some wild young men straight after they make a play for Beth.
While he is on the trail of his cattle, Matt enters a valley where there is a blood feud between two families as well as an ex-army Colonel that is leading a movement to rid the area of rustlers and other thieves. Beth only travels a short distance on the train before disembarking and buying a horse to ride back to the ranch. She then convinces Will, a man just back from school in the east, to accompany her as she follows Matt.
There are adventures and the inevitable shoot-out at the end, but none of it really rises to the level of the tense action and deep relationships between the primary characters that was so much a part of the Gunsmoke series. Some of the action and events seems forced, as the producers appear to be just trying to develop enough action to fill out the required amount of time.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Pop culture man on November 15, 2012
Format: DVD
Like 'The Long Ride', this made for TV Gunsmoke movie starring James Arness is very satisfying and well made. It has strong production values, an absorbing plot and many well-staged action sequences. At times the violence is brutal but always in context and not excessively graphic. Arness convinces again as the morally upright lawman and there is an endearing performance by Amy Stock-Poynton who plays his daughter. The script by Earl Wallace provides the understated, at times terse dialogue which sounds authentic and also allows satisfying deepening of the viewer's understanding of the characters. The direction by Jerry Jameson, who also directed 'The Long Ride', is crisp and makes great use of landscape and colour to convey the tough life of the Old West. As an aside, actor Jason Lively, who played Rusty Griswold in 'European Vacation', delivers his role with style and even keeps the same first name as he had as a Griswold. This DVD is one really worth adding to your collection.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Bonnie D. Hussar on June 24, 2014
Format: DVD
I Loved GUNSMOKE All My Life Since I was a Child. I'm now 62 years of age and I Love it even more Now that I understand it better as an Adult. The Story Lines are just so Wonderful.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By J.Cooper on March 3, 2013
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Picture and sound quality was fine. Matt gets in the middle of a range war . That isn't so bad as Matt Dillon can handle stuff like this,but his crowding daughter is about to drive him sane.. Pat Hingle, shows up. We remember Pat as the fill-in doctor of Dodge City playing the doctor who filled in a few episodes while Doc Adams was away "out of town attending a Doctor's Meeting" actually Milburne Stone had suffered a heart attack missing a few episodes..Matt is looking older. But yet still tough enough to bring justice his own way.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Linda A. Nix on March 9, 2014
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he disc arrived on time in perfect condition. The show is Gunsmoke at its best, lots of action, riding horses in dry country, maidens in peril, everything but someone tied to railroad tracks. Good Western-style entertainment. I got it with Gunsmoke: The Last Apache and they're both good additions to the Gunsmoke collection.
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