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Gunsmoke: The Town Tamers (1974)
Classic Law Prevails in a Lawless Town Episode
Marshal Matt Dillon and fellow Marshal Luke Rumbaugh come to restore order to an untamed frontier town. They arrive to town early without wearing their badges to see what they're up against. They find out that it will be hard work to clean up the savage town. Luke runs into a woman that he once loved (Martha) and her son Caleb still wants Luke as his dad. Luke is hesitant to rekindle his love for Martha, since a marshal's life is fraught with hardship. However, with some urging, he marries Martha. Luke runs into trouble when outlaws try to kill him. They succeed at severely wounding him. Luke decides to quit as marshal, leaving the wild town that he was to bring law and order to still untamed. How will law prevail? Watch the episode to find out. Jim Davis, better known for playing the part of Jock Ewing on the TV show Dallas, plays the part of Luke Rumbaugh.
Gunsmoke: The Drummer (1972)
One of the Better Episodes
Daniel Shay comes to Dodge City as a drummer who peddles rat traps as a way of making money. While Daniel continues to look for buyers of his rat traps, he sees a Cheyenne boy stealing a horse, sparking memories of his past. While in Dodge City, he is recognized and hounded by a local with whom he served in the U.S. Cavalry. As memories of the past come back to haunt him, he looks back on an Indian massacre at a place called Rock Creek. While having dinner with Sarah Morgan, Mr. Shay wonders about Jimmy Morgan, whose father died in the Rock Creek massacre. Sarah mentions that the cavalry ran him down, resulting in a lifelong injury. Shay is finally forced to come to grips with his past. Good performance by Victor French, who plays the part of Daniel Shay.