Dead Man's Walk: Season 1, Episode 1

Episode #1.1 (12 May 1996)

TV Episode  |  PG-13  |   |  Western
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Young Texas Rangers Woodrow Call and Augustus McRae join with military expedition whose goal it is to annex Sante Fe on behalf of the new Texas Republic.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Patricia Childress ...
Matilda Jane
Capt. Billy Falconer
Clara's father
Ed Cantrell ...
Rutherford Cravens ...
Elihu Carson


In this prequel to "Lonesome Dove" after unit has been partially wiped out by Comanches, Augustus and Woodrow join a megalomaniac former pirate Colonel Cobb in an ill-advised military expedition to annex Sabte Fe on behalf of the fledgling Republic of Texas but do count on attacks by ruthless Native Americans, especially the seemingly invincible Buffalo Hump. BLzuckily, two experienced scouts, Shadrach and Bigfoot Wallace are recruited to help in the journey. Written by

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In Lonesome Dove it is established that Call never called Maggie by her name, yet here he says, "Goodbye Maggie". See more »


Bigfoot Wallace: [to Augustus] Life's just as dangerous whether you're a corporal or a private.
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