Matt goes on a rampage to close down Front Street after he accidentally shoots and kills his old friend (and temporary deputy) while trying to defend himself from a sneak attack by a murderous saloonkeeper.

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Matt goes on a rampage to close down Front Street after he accidentally shoots and kills his old friend (and temporary deputy) while trying to defend himself from a sneak attack by a murderous saloonkeeper.

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29 September 1956 (USA)  »

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A Very different Matt Dillon
5 August 2016 | by (Hyderabad, India) – See all my reviews

Being an avid Gunsmoke watcher, I feel this was one of the series's best. A close up shot of Matt Dillon, a very different side of him here. He is a bit more raging here than before. Sam Peckinpah, the director of Straw Dogs has done the screenplay of this episode. This particular episode kept me hooked till the end. Matt Dillon and his emotions played a major role here. We see the different side of Dodge City too. The reason why Gunsmoke is different from other westerns is because of James Arness and Dennis Weaver. A well directed episode and is bound to keep you hooked right till the end. Gunsmoke deserves attention!!


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