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Gunsmoke: The Fourth Season, Vol. 2
 
 
Artist
James Arness, Milburn Stone, Amanda Blake, Dennis Weaver & others.
Studio Paramount Home Video
Format 3 cutout DVDs Full screen
DVD Encoding
Region 1: North America  (What is DVD encoding?)
MPAA Rating
Not Rated
UPC 097368957848
Runtime/Release Date 8 hrs 43 mins/2010
Daedalus Item Code 25592
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By 1959, Gunsmoke was the most popular program on TV. Here on three discs are the final 20 episodes of the Emmy-winning Season Four, which aired from January to June. In "Jayhawkers," Matt must deal with a band of guerilla fighters who attempt to extort money from local cattlemen. A new physician temporarily starts up a practice in Dodge City in "Doc Quits." The marshal is captured by Cheyenne Indians in "Renegade White." And in "The Coward," a gambler with a grudge tries to convince everyone in town that the man who kills Marshal Dillon will become a legend.

First presented as a radio program, Gunsmoke debuted on TV in 1955 and became the longest-running prime time live-action drama in television history (20 seasons, 635 episodes). It was the number-one ranked show on TV from 1957 to 1961 and won five Emmy Awards, including Best Dramatic Series. The show starred James Arness as Matt Dillon, marshall of one of the roughest towns in the West: Dodge City, Kansas. Helping him keep the peace are the kindly Doc Adams (Milburn Stone), saloonkeeper Kitty Russell (Amanda Blake), and deputy Chester B. Goode (Dennis Weaver). Ken Curtis joined the show in 1959 as the cantankerous deputy Festus Hagen.

 
 
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