TV Series | TV-PG | | Western
Marshal Matt Dillon keeps the peace in rough and tumble Dodge City.
"Gunsmoke" was created by Writer John Meston and Producer Norman MacDonnell as a radio series that premiered on CBS in 1952. Many of the early television episodes were adaptations of Meston's radio scripts. The radio series ran for more than four hundred episodes, and lasted ... ...
U.S. Marshal Matt Dillon:
If you're gonna to use that gun, you better start on me.
Most of the social, racial and political attitudes expressed by the characters during the series reflect the 1950s thru 1970s airing of the series rather than its 1870s/1880s setting.
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