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This review is from: Gunsmoke: Season 7, Vol. 1 (DVD)
Gunsmoke is a great series. Season 7 is where they went to the hour format. When I started watching the first episode, I couldn't figure out why it seemed like I had seen it recently. Same thing with the second episode. Then I read about the rest of the episodes - these were the episodes shown on Encore Western, so they were rerun many times on Encore. I agree with everyone else...the fact they "split" the seasons ends up making Gunsmoke a little pricey in the long run, but it's easier for me (personally) to come up with $25 a hit than $50. But then we have to wait twice as long for the rest of the season to come out too. It's a trade off. At any rate, Gunsmoke was a great show. Personally, I will only "probably" buy up to (and including) season 10, as they were in B/W. I feel the stories were better. By season 10, it seemed like Matt Dillon wasn't in the episodes as much either. Just wasn't the same.
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Initial post: Feb 1, 2013 7:12:08 PM PST
Gunsmoke was black and white for eleven seasons, and was the last prime time show to switch to color, (season 12) on September 17, 1966, for the excellent episode #410, "Snap Decision."
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