Gunsmoke (1955–1975)
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Little Bit and his grandpa, from Texas, are passing through Dodge to buy a breeding bull. When they meet Silva, someone grandpa considers a fooler, they have their hands full making it back with their stock and their lives.

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Matt Dillon
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Chester
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Doc
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Kitty
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Henry Squires
Ricky Kelman ...
Little Bit
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Lou Silva
Gilbert Green ...
Charlie Rudd
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Polk
Will Corry ...
Wade
Ted Jordan ...
Kearny
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Dan Binny
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Cowboy
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Moss Grimmick
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Howard
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Little Bit and his grandpa, from Texas, are passing through Dodge to buy a breeding bull. When they meet Silva, someone grandpa considers a fooler, they have their hands full making it back with their stock and their lives.

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31 March 1962 (USA)  »

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"Them's two's just pure hickory."
16 March 2011 | by See all my reviews

A good solid episode of a Western, and family-friendly at that. Old Henry Squires (Andy Clyde) and his young grandson (Ricky Kelman) are passing through Dodge City on a mission to purchase some expensive cattle and take them back to Texas to improve their herd. A particularly vicious outlaw leader, Lou Silva (John Kellogg) has his eye on the valuable livestock, but as part of a bigger robbery plot that involves murder and some cold-blooded double-crossing of his own henchmen...but his victims may not be as defenseless as they appear. Clyde is particularly good as the kindly old man whose good-natured manner may hide more wit and nerve than even Marshal Dillon gives him credit for, and so is Kelman as his very cute and equally plucky grandson. The Gunsmoke regulars have fairly little to do, but of course get in on the action at the well-wrapped-up conclusion.


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