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streets of laredo,
This review is from: Larry McMurtry's Streets Of Laredo (DVD)
I am thrilled that this movie is finally being released. I love this series. I have "lonesome dove" , "return to lonesome" and "lonesome doves: the complete tv series". Only one thing, when you watch this, try not to think too much about the other movies because it is very different storyline, but it is still really good. Thanks
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Initial post: Nov 17, 2010 12:11:16 PM PST
Kim E. Sharisin says:
Hi, yes, I started with "Dead Man Walking", then found "lonesome dove/outlaw years (10 dvds total). Are there 2 diff directors who made all of these movies? What I have seen so far, of course I loved. I can't believe Clay Mosby, who I recognize now as the "Will" of "Will and Grace", I thought his character was better than Newt Call.
Ok, so is there a next one we need to watch? I argue with a friend that it seems to me Dead Man is the last?
thanks for your time
In reply to an earlier post on Nov 21, 2010 2:42:55 PM PST
Hi well dead man's walking came out after the other lonesome doves but really it is the first because it talks about call and gus as younger men. kinda like george lucas' star wars. As far as i know streets of laredo ends the story of capt. call's adventures. thanks see ya
In reply to an earlier post on Jan 27, 2011 5:26:25 PM PST
Eric Pregosin says:
Dead Man's "Walk" not Walking is indeed a prequel as is Comanche Moon. The "series" (Tales of The Plains and The Outlaw Years) takes place between Return To Lonesome Dove and Streets of Laredo.
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