Brisco returns to his hometown after he receives a letter from a childhood sweetheart asking him to help her alcoholic father, who is also the town sheriff, bring in a young man wanted for murder.

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Socrates Poole (credit only)
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Annie Cavendish
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Bishop Brackman
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Olaf Brackman
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Utah Johnny Montana's Assistant
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Mack Brackman
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Billie Worley ...
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Brisco returns to his hometown after he receives a letter from a childhood sweetheart asking him to help her alcoholic father, who is also the town sheriff, bring in a young man wanted for murder.

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29 October 1993 (USA)  »

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Lord Bowler: [a young boy has been sharing his morning donuts with Bowler] Well, you'd better get on home. You don't want your parents to worry.
Duncan: You're probably right. Thanks, Deputy Lord Bowler.
Lord Bowler: Thanks for the donuts, Duncan.
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Staring down the past
16 May 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

'Showdown' is a homecoming for Brisco when he returns to the ol' homestead and reopens old wounds. The old house, rekindling young love, a town in need of a sheriff; it's unfinished business all around. But that doesn't mean there isn't time enough for Brisco to do a DUI traffic stop, and Bowler to discover donuts as well as mediate a pre-marital dispute. There's still a stampede, duel in the streets and plenty of fistfights to negotiate. And then there's my favorite, an exchange between Bowler and John "Deadwood" Hawkes himself:

"This here's Utah Johnny Montana"

"That's some name"

"It used to be Utah John Cougar Montana, but he dropped the Cougar because he thought it was pretentious."

Maybe it's the lisp he's affecting for that voice, but it's hilarious.

8/10


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