Gunsmoke: Season 4, Episode 16

Gypsum Hills Feud (27 Dec. 1958)

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Matt's attempt to find a man who shot at him from ambush leads him and Chester into the middle of a murderous feud between two bitter and isolated mountain families.

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Matt's attempt to find a man who shot at him from ambush leads him and Chester into the middle of a murderous feud between two bitter and isolated mountain families.

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Marshal Matt Dillon: Well, if you're not friends of the Peavys, where are you heading? Theirs is the only place this road leads to.
Jack Cade: A man can ride where he pleases, can't he?
Marshal Matt Dillon: Well, I guess he can. Unless he's carrying a rifle and his wife is too, and they're heading for somebody's place that they don't particularly like.
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The Hatfields and the McCoys
25 May 2012 | by (Claremont,USA) – See all my reviews

Somebody takes a shot at Matt, while he and Chester are deer hunting. Naturally, Matt investigates, finding two feuding mountain families and a grave. So what's going on.

Solid entry with a small cast and no Dodge City. As many times as I've seen the prolific character actor William Schallert, I didn't recognize him here. He does the scruffy, laconic mountain man Peavy really well. In fact, all four supporting actors are sharply etched and strongly performed. It's a tribute to the series that even when the storyline is spare, as it is here, the well-written characters can carry the narrative, as they also do here.


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