Longmire (2012– )
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Not Rated | | Action, Crime, Drama | Episode aired 3 June 2012
Sheriff Longmire runs a small department in rural Wyoming. When the body of a man is found in the woods the investigation leads to tension between Longmire and the local Indian Reservation,... See full summary »

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Henry Standing Bear
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Branch Connally
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The Ferg
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Ruby
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Bob Barnes
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Officer Mathias
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Dan Estes (as Rey Gallegos)
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May Stillwater
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Avo
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Colton
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Sheriff Longmire runs a small department in rural Wyoming. When the body of a man is found in the woods the investigation leads to tension between Longmire and the local Indian Reservation, as well as between Longmire and his Indian friend who runs a local bar. Written by kamas716

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Action | Crime | Drama | Western

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Trivia

The plot thread about the use of an antique Sharps rifle is drawn from the first Longmire novel "Cold Dish." However, the rest of the plot is not the same. See more »

Goofs

Omar tells the Sheriff the bullet used in the murder is a .45-70. The sheriff asks if there are any modern rifles chambered for the round. Omar tells him no, it has to be something old, a Sharps, an antique. In fact, there are a number of modern rifles chambered in .45-70 including lever guns like the Marlin 1895 and Winchester 1886, as well as modern copies of the Sharps such as Shiloh. See more »

Quotes

Sheriff Walt Longmire: Vic, give me those pants.
Victoria 'Vic' Moretti: If I had a dime for every time a man said that to me.
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Soundtracks

Everlasting Light
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Written by The Black Keys
Performed by The Black Keys
Plays on jukebox at The Red Pony Cafe
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Great start to a great show
12 June 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

One of my favorite episodes and immediately knew I would love this show. Such a breath of fresh air from all the other shows that are on today. Scenery is another character in the show. The casting for this show is spot on. Robert Taylor has found his signature role and is Walt Longmire. Well written, well acted, and has an actual plot. Does not rely on a lot of action for the sake of action. You have to pay attention or will miss a lot of the character back stories that are woven into each episode. This is from the same creative people that did The Closer. Worth a look and you will be hooked. Worth reading Craig Johnson's books that the series is based on but don't expect the series to be a repeat of the books.


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