Gunsmoke: Season 17, Episode 17

Hidalgo (10 Jan. 1972)

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Mando is an outlaw in Mexico who seriously wounds Matt and leaves him to die in the desert. Hidalgo controls nearly all of the small town where Matt finds refuge, and nobody will stand up ... See full summary »

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Linda Marsh ...
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Mando is an outlaw in Mexico who seriously wounds Matt and leaves him to die in the desert. Hidalgo controls nearly all of the small town where Matt finds refuge, and nobody will stand up to him. Matt is determined to kill or capture Hidalgo for his crimes, but is so weak from his injuries he has to prop himself upright with the saddle horn of his horse. Written by Peter Harris

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Three Amigos original concept
25 November 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I was watching Gunsmoke one Sunday afternoon, and here came El Guapo himself, and it was the same storyline as my absolute favorite movie of all time, Three Amigos. This is where Alfanso Arau gets the idea for the movie. It's fun to watch. We all cracked up. We still watch Three Amigos about once a month. We've been doing that since it first came out on tape and DVD. And I was at the original screening in Tucson! I was living in Tucson while they filmed it. I was working at a store and had gone home for lunch, and the main characters came in to buy something, and when I got back, my friends told me they had been in the store. "EEETS a Sweaterrrr!" As far as I'm concerned, that's right up there with Frankly Scarlet, I don't give a hoot and Play it again Sam. EEETS a Sweatter! lol


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