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Marshall Matt Dillon (James Arness) once again patrols the streets of Dodge City in this film, the first of five made-for-TV movie sequels to the long-running television series “Gunsmoke.” Matt’s retired but still living in Dodge City when an old enemy is released from prison and shows up at the sheriff’s doorstep intent on revenge. Amanda Blake co-stars as “Miss Kitty,” and Buck Taylor again portrays Matt’s faithful friend Newly O’Brien. Note: Ken Curtis (Festus Haggen) did not return he reportedly wanted more money than Blake. .


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Cast and Crew:
Date Release: 1987
Director:
Vincent McEveety
Writer:
Jim Byrnes
Stars:

James Arness, Amanda Blake and Buck Taylor


Genre:

Action Movies – Western Movies



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Best TV “reunion” movie ever.
Rating: 9/10
Author: caricatures from United States

Gunsmoke cast regulars James Arness (Matt Dillon), Amanda Blake (Kitty) and Buck Taylor (Newly) reunite for a pretty good old fashioned western. The plot involves the release from prison of Matt’s most deadly foe, Steve Forrest, reprising his role as Will Mannon, bent on revenge. Another Gunsmoke alumni is along for the ride, Earl Holliman, who does a good turn as Jake Flagg. According to reports, Ken Curtis held out for too much money and subsequently did not reprise his role as Festus, what remains of his part is filled in by character actor Mickey Jones as Oakum. Too bad, it would have been great to see him don the spurs one more time. Milburn Stone (Doc) who appears along with Festus in flashbacks, had passed away by the time this film was made. There are several minor plot holes, chief among them is that in the episode, “Mannon” the title character was killed at the end, apparently while the end credits rolled, Doc discovered that he was still alive, saved him and he was then sent to prison. All in all, this film holds true to the legacy of the great, classic TV series.

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