Gunsmoke Movie Collection (Return to Dodge/The Last Apache/To the Last Man)
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in common. They refer to long-lasting, bitter conflicts in the Old West
with repercussions even today.
Return To Dodge is a continuation of an episode in TV series. The TV
episode provides a key item of information not repeated in the movie.
Ex-marshal Matt Dillon's arch-antagonist, Will Mannon, was the
blood-thirstiest pistolero riding with Quantrill. To this day, Quantrill
and the Border Ruffians raises hackles between the descendants of
Kansans and Missourians in the prelude to the Civil War.
The Last Apache deals with the predicament of unsurrendered Native
Americans. Ex-marshal Matt Dillon encountered the die-hard wrath of the
last of these in this movie. Even today, the issues are not completely
To The Last Man is based on the notorious war between cattlemen and the
sheepmen that lead to the exterminative Pleasant Valley War. Ex-marshal
Dillon and his daughter Beth are caught up reluctantly in the crossfire.
The battle between cattlemen and sheepmen lasted a long time, but may not
be entirely past. Environmental and climate stresses may see this type of
struggle for scarce natural resources re-emerge in the West.
These three movies will be entertaining and edifying Gunsmoke fans, old
and new, for long time to come.
I really would just rather rate these with "stars" instead of having to write on everything I buy, so I won't be rating any further.
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My dad loves this show. Maybe one day you can add the entire series to Amazon Instant VideoPublished 11 days ago by John P. Markham
Hey return to dodge is my favorite, I'm looking for the other two moviesPublished 17 days ago by Steven Williams
Brings back memories of good old western movies! Gunsmoke is one of the best!Published 1 month ago by Benjamin E Crawford
Great seeing "Matt Dillon" again, these three times for over a hour each. This allowed the development of more. Read morePublished 1 month ago by John M. Schultz