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Gunsmoke: Season 3, Vol. 2
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James Arness, Milburn Stone, Dennis Weaver, Amanda Blake. James Arness and company ruled TV from 1955 through 1975 and the second half of the third season was just about when Marshall Dillon hit his stride in the rough and rumble days of TV's Dodge City. Includes 20 episodes on 3 DVDs. 1958/b&w/8 hrs., 43 min/NR/fullscreen.
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Definitely a great addition for the video library of anyone who likes the Western genre, or who likes solid character and good role models in the primary characters, and a strengthening of the ideas of justice, fair play, the rule of law, and even compassion and wisdom throughout.
The show wins best an award for best dramatic series and two shows are nominated for individual awards.
This is the number one TV show for the season, well written with excellent acting and as good now as in the 1950s.
This is 1950s TV, small screen, black and white, just as it was presented at the time.
Marketing splits the season into two packages, the reason for most of the one-star reviews.
This set is about eight hours with some of the old commercials as an extra.
Gunsmoke always had excellent actors; part of the enjoyment is playing “Who’s that?”
I really wrote this review in reaction to the reviewers who complain that the sets have been released in two parts. The outrage they exhibit over this seems silly in the extreme. This DVD release is a gift at a tremendous price. Period. -- Mykal