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  1. JohnHopper

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    GUNSMOKE SEASON 16

    Episode #10
    “The Scavengers”
    written by Jim Byrnes
    directed by Robert Totten
    music by Leon Klatzkin
    guests: Yaphet Kotto, Cicely Tyson, Slim Pickens, Roy Jenson, Link Wyler, Victor Holchak, James Almanzar, Eddie Little Sky, Victor Izay, Jerelyn Fields, Hank Wise, Steve Raines

    One desperate man named Piney Biggs (actor Yaphet Kotto) appears in the middle of a convoy of settlers slaughtered by Indians to find some food and water and even steals a gold watch from a dead man when a new group of Indians pops up to the place to rob the people. Biggs decides to play dead and inserts an arrow into his belly. A freight wagon brings Biggs at Dodge City where Doc takes care of him. Sam gives him a pair of boots filled with money and Dillon questions him about the massacre. Biggs goes home and finds out his wife Rachel (actress Cicely Tyson) and his little kid. That night, three trappers catch the Indian renegades and finds the dead man’s watch. The next morning, they brings them back at Dodge City. Meanwhile Dillon and Festus and the posse go searching the murderous Indians. Biggs is prepared to leave town but the trappers pays him $100 to identify the renegades and get the bounty. Later on, Biggs goes fetch Doc to examine his pregnant wife when the three trappers force him to drink at the cheap Bull’s Head saloon in order to confess the truth and reminds him the hanging hour of the renegades. At four o’clock, the trappers release Biggs who fires at them when Newly steps into …

    It’s a modest Film Noir and a miserabilist family drama about a poor and guilty man acting as a renegade Indian hence the episode title “The Scavengers” which leads to aftermaths. Writer Jim Byrnes compares the social situation of two minorities: the Indians and the black people. The cast (Slim Pickens, Roy Jenson, Link Wyler) of trapper characters is good and reminds the wild cowboys from the season 14 “The Good Samaritans”. Rawhide actor Steve Raines returns from the season 15 “Celia” but his part is extremely brief.

    Actor Slim Pickens returns from the season 11 “Sweet Billy, Singer of Songs”.

    Actors James Almanzar (“Coreyville”), Roy Jenson (“The Badge”), Eddie Little Sky (“The Innocent”) and Link Wyler (“The War Priest”) return from season 15.

    Actor Victor Izay returns from this season 16 “Luke”.
     
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    GUNSMOKE SEASON 16

    Episode #11
    “The Witness”
    written by Shimon Wincelberg
    directed by Philip Leacock
    music by Leon Klatzkin
    guests: Harry Morgan, Tim O’Connor, Barry Brown, June Dayton, Annette O’Toole, Dack Rambo, I. Stanford Jolley, Ray Young, Herb Vigran, Robert Swan


    Aboard a train, a mature Texan (actor Robert Swan) accuses laid-back passenger Ira Pickett (actor Dack Rambo) of his brother’s killing. Three other passengers seem concerned by this unexpected event. The mature man grabs Pickett who fires his handgun and makes a statement when an old man named Beecher (actor I. Stanford Jolley) accuses him of murder and receives a slap. A young man named Jared Sprague (actor Barry Brown) beats Pickett with his lunch box and threatens him with a handgun and declares he makes a citizen arrest and will bring him to Dodge City while his father Arnie (actor Tim O’Connor) confiscates Pickett’s gun. At the train station of Dodge, two Pickett riders stop near Nathan Burke who informs them that their relative Ira is in jail. The Sprague’s come out of the marshal’s office and joins the buggy of young Edda (actress Annette O’Toole) and leaves town while Osgood Pickett (actor Harry Morgan) talks to the old Beecher at the livery stable and later swears to get rid of the witnesses in order to avoid the trial of his son Ira. The first victim is Beecher who used to work under a wagon. Next, Osgood Pickett threatens Sprague father who stops by Beecher’s ranch with his son and sees his dead body. At the trial with Judge Brooker (actor Herb Vigran), Arnie Sprague lies and therefore Ira Pickett is released but Dillon suspects something wrong. Returning home and believing to be free, Arnie Sprague now faces a stronger predicament: unlimited blackmail … To make the matter worst: Edda Sprague gets along well with Ira Pickett.

    It’s a tense family drama and a very good cynical blackmailer-manipulator episode that is served by two fine character actors: Harry Morgan as a hardened criminal talking like an evil preacher and keeps on saying “brother Sprague” and Tim O’Connor as the responsible father acting against his nature for the common good. As in the two-parter “Snow Train”, one scene takes place in a train. The prologue starts with a train footage recycled from The Wild Wild West. This is the first episode that introduces the character of Judge Brooker that is played by Herb Vigran.

    Actors Tim O’Connor (“Blue Heaven”) and June Dayton (“Jonah Hutchinson”) both return from season 10.

    Actors I. Stanford Jolley (“Morgan”) and Robert Swan (“The Cage”) both return from season 15.
     
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    GUNSMOKE SEASON 16

    Episode #12
    “McCabe”
    written by Jim Byrnes
    directed by Bernard McEveety
    music by Leon Klatzkin
    guests: Dan Kemp, Jim Davis, David Brian, Mitch Vogel, Jon Lormer, Robert Sorrells, Mills Watson, Lew Brown, Tani Phelps, Marie Cheatham, Trevor Bardette, Tom Sutton, Pete Kellett


    At night and aboard a train, wanted outlaw John McCabe (actor Dan Kemp) sleeps in his seat when the conductor mentions the next stop: Sulphur Springs. At the train station, Dillon and two lawmen wait for. McCabe sees trouble throughout the window of the railroad car and starts a conversation with a lady passenger (actress Marie Cheatham). When Dillon comes close to him, McCabe uses her as a shield to negociate a bargain: the lady and his handgun against two days. The morning after and at a small farm, a kid named Dobie (actor Mitch Vogel) takes care of his sick mother who dies. Dillon and McCabe ride to the farm and witness the dead female body and a bitter kid that hates his missing father and later on grabs a horse and heads to Bowie Flats where he complains to sheriff Shackwood (actor Jim Davis) who drops the case. One man named Clay White (actor David Brian) listens to Dobie and decides to avenge a past deed with his three Bar-K drovers. Dillon and McCabe see the arrival of the four furious drovers but scared McCabe hits Dillon with a shovel from the rear and runs. The four drovers chase, rope, threaten and force McCabe to follow them back to Bowie Flats. A public trial run by Judge Clairborne (actor Jon Lormer) takes place in the middle of the street when Dillon appears and claims his prisoner to the sheriff who escorts him to his office. Dillon plays with the rules and asks the support of the governor. The sheriff orders his employee to send a telegraph in the next town while the judge condemns McCabe to be hanged by the neck the next day at noon …

    It’s an adequate harsh family drama triggered by the young son of an outlaw who denounces his own father to the authorities paired with the theme of redemption that highlights two confessions and two errors of judgment. Find the second episode that features a train prologue after “The Witness”. The cast of drover characters is good: David Brian, Robert Sorrells, Mills Watson, Lew Brown.

    Actors Tom Sutton (“The Pack Rat”) and Mills Watson (“Morgan”) both return from the season 15.

    Actors David Brian (“Lobo”), Lew Brown (“Slocum”), Jim Davis (“Railroad”), Robert Sorrells (“Zavala”) all return from season 14.

    Actors Trevor Bardette returns from the season 13 “Death Train”, Pete Kellett from this season 16 “Stark”, Actor Jon Lormer from the season 10 “He Who Steals”.
     
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    Didn’t care for this 2 parter definitely we’ll filmed and great scenery and top notch stars but it had the feel of those “a very special episode” stories in the70’s . It felt overly padded with too much time spent on the passengers and not enough of Dillion, how many scenes of Dillion’s stuntman do we need. And that awful repeating music as he ran, I wanted to scratch my ears out. That padded end credit scene was terrible also, a hard pass for me. On the plus side Festus seemed dialed back in this episode I seem to remember he returned to a more low key festus in the later years reminiscent of his early portrayal of the character
     
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    ¶ Next on Gunsmoke season 16, the reviews of the fourth disc and starting on Monday 24!
    ¶ Load your guns and be ready!


    gun16_menu04.
     
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    Those episodes would be from the latter part of 1970 going into '71, would they not?
     
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    ___________________
    The first three are from December 1970.
    “Captain Sligo” is dated: January 4, 1971.

     
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    Just what I wanted to know! You're making great progress.
     
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    GUNSMOKE SEASON 16

    Episode #13
    “The Noonday Devil”
    written by William Kelley
    directed by Philip Leacock
    music by Johny Parker
    guests: Anthony Zerbe, Warren Vanders, Ernest Sarracino, Anthony Cordova, Pepe Callahan, Natividad Vacío, Annette Charles, Fred Coby, Tony Davis, Julio Medina, Bert Madrid


    Two riders and a packed mule filled with gold cross the desert mountains led by sheriff Bones Cunningham (actor Warren Vanders) when two unusual riders named Father Hernando Cantrell (actor Anthony Zerbe) and his second Quito Vega (actor Ernest Sarracino) join them in their journey. Cunningham seems to identify the padre who guns him down while Vega eliminates Diego (actor Natividad Vacío). Vega steals the boots of Cunningham who retaliates at a remote distance with his handgun. At the country hospital, Dillon talks to his dying friend Cunningham who reports the deadly incident. In a house from a Mexican village, Cantrell witnesses the death of his partner Vega who begs him to be buried at the monastery of Chimayo. Cantrell stores the gold loot inside the dead man’s coffin and brings them back to the monastery in which he meets his brother: the real Father Hernando Cantrell (actor Anthony Zerbe) working as the director. Meanwhile Dillon stops at the Mexican village where the undertaker informs him about the two renegades. Heraclio Cantrell decides to build a crypt for the late Vega and leaves. Dillon stops at the monastery and questions Father Hernando Cantrell about his brother. At night, the good padre joins his bad brother to make him confess his past deed while Dillon tails him. Wounded Heraclio Cantrell resumes to the monastery and begs for sanctuary …

    It’s a good twin brother dilemma and a metaphysical drama that adapts the fallen angel (Satan) that is well-served by the inspired performance of actor Anthony Zerbe playing double duty in the German tradition of the doppelgänger that raises the question of identity: in short, we watch the two sides of the same man. It’s also a solo Dillon adventure in Mexico that is the second one after “Chato”. To understand this story, you must know that writer William Kiley once studied for the priesthood and his last film script was for the 1985 Harrison Ford vehicle Witness. Find the last episode produced by Joseph Dackow after four seasons in Mantley’s team, starting from season 13 as a mere associate producer and from season 15 as a full-time producer.

    Actors Tony Davis (“Wonder”) and Anthony Zerbe (“Blood Money”) both return from season 13, Fred Coby (“The Badge”) and Warren Vanders (“Roots of Fear”) from season 15, Julio Medina from the season 11 “The Reward”.
     
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    GUNSMOKE SEASON 16

    Episode #14
    “Sgt. Holly”
    written by William Kelley
    directed by Bernard McEveety
    music by Leon Klatzkin
    guests: Forrest Tucker, Albert Salmi, Victor Eberg, Gregg Palmer, David Renard, Vito Scotti, Med Flory, Read Morgan, Bob Morgan, Frank Hotchkiss


    At night and at Dodge City, singing Sergeant Holly (actor Forrest Tucker) crosses the street and enters the livery stable where he gives official instructions (meeting the payroll train at midnight) to his soldiers playing poker and reminds them to stand on guard for possible robbers. In a back alley, three crooks led by Willis P. Jeeter (actor Albert Salmi) observe the activities of Sergeant Holly and have prepared seven bottles of drugged whiskey to paralyze the blue coats. Sergeant Holly meets Festus and steps into the Long Branch to start a game of poker while bumping into Willis Jeeter—known as a former court-martialed cavalry soldier—who sits at the table and offers him his drugged bottle. Meanwhile Chico Fuentes (actor David Renard), one of the three crooks, pretends to bring bottles from Sergeant Holly for the soldiers. Later on, Jeeter and Fuentes neutralize Holly in a back alley when third crook Wilson pops up with three uniforms. Holly is awaken by the arrival of Corporal Tuttle (actor Frank Hotchkiss) who accuses him of theft. Holly goes after the robbers. The morning after, feeling cheated, Miss Kitty goes to Blister Canyon to track Holly …

    It’s a silly and semi grim blue coat comedy and the sequel to the season 15 “The War Priest” with the return of Sergeant Holly who calls Dillon “Marshal Big Fist” and calls his horse “Private Horse”. As previously, the good Sgt. fills up jars with whiskey and Miss Kitty faces danger through a bandit leader that calls her “Red”. On the whole, it’s better than the initial entry with the title character. Amongst the funny moments, don’t miss these: the drunk laconic Indians, the ghost town with the low-down bandits, the shocking kissing of Miss Kitty, the broken bed incident, the hanged outlaws. It’s the first episode produced by Leonard Katzman.

    Actors Gregg Palmer (“The Cage”), Vito Scotti (“Danny”), Forrest Tucker (“The War Priest”) all return from season 15.

    Actors Bob Morgan returns from the season 4 “Stage Hold-Up”, Read Morgan from this season 16 “Sam McTavish, M.D”, David Renard from the season 14 “Zavala”, Albert Salmi from the season 12 “Mistaken Identity”.
     
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    GUNSMOKE SEASON 16

    Episode #15
    “Jenny”
    written by Jack Miller
    directed by Robert Totten
    music by Johnny Parker
    guests: Steve Ihnat, Lisa Gerritsen, Rance Howard, Steve Raines, Bob Burrows


    At Dodge City, the stagecoach delivers a nine years old child named Jenny Person aka Jenny Pritchard (actress Lisa Gerritsen) who enters the Long Branch and asks Miss Kitty and Newly how can she rejoin a place called Slater’s Crossing to meet her father? Miss Kitty offers some cakes and milk to Jenny who reveals that her father has a farm and shows them a picture: it happens to be wanted criminal Lucas Pritchard (actor Steve Ihnat)! Newly rides to a deserted farm where he talks to Lucas Pritchard and makes a deal: two days with his daughter and then surrender for his trial. At night, Newly brings Pritchard back to the marshal’s office along with Festus when Judge Alan Franklin (actor Rance Howard) from Joplin (Missouri) steps into and orders them to lock up the robber. The morning after, Jenny discovers a wanted poster of her father in the basket of the marshal’s office and is shocked. After seeing his daughter who rejects him, Pritchard escapes from the custody of Newly during the night when the judge orders Festus to launch a posse and arrests Newly for the charge of defiance of authority and dereliction of duty. The next day, Dillon resumes to town and releases Newly against the orders of the judge. Once in the street, farmer Reilly (actor Steve Raines) reveals to Newly that Pritchard stole his old and tired horse so he rushes to the ghost farm …

    It’s a sirupy family and outlaw drama with an iron merciless judge whose main interest lies in the focus of Newly’s failures. It makes a good companion piece to “McCabe” that shares the same basic theme of childhood facing a criminal relative. Find a jump cut at 00:26:00. The episode title is re-used from a season 8. Rawhide actor Steve Raines returns from this season 16 “The Scavengers”.

    Actor Steve Ihnat returns from the season 14 “Exodus 21:22” and this marks his sixth and last one.

    Actors Bob Burrows (“Stark”) and Lisa Gerritsen (“Sam McTavish, M.D.”) both return from this season 16.
     
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    GUNSMOKE SEASON 16

    Episode #16
    “Captain Sligo”
    written by William Kelley
    directed by William Conrad
    music by Leon Klatzkin
    guests: Richard Basehart, Salome Jens, Royal Dano, Stacy Harris, Robert Totten, Bobby Eilbacher, Geri Reischl, Larry Finley, Matt Emery, Brian Foley, Boyd Morgan, Fred Stromsoe, Troy Melton, Bob Herron


    Arriving in the small town of Hoxie with his wagon, Irish Navy Captain Aaron Sligo (actor Richard Basehart) asks the local blacksmith (actor Robert Totten) to take care of his two horses and his bison named Mr. Shag when he enters the saloon and orders a glass of whiskey but three poker players don’t understand his thick accent and make fun of him. Unable to pay his drink because the barkeep has no change for a $50 bill, one player named Rackley (actor Troy Melton) offers him the drink when a fight occurs and the good Captain successfully neutralizes the poker players with his wood stick. Since there is no sheriff, Sligo packs the three men on the back of his wagon to make them arrest at Dodge City. Later on, Sligo gives the bodies to Dillon and heads to his newly-built house that look like a boat and run by one-eyed sailor Watney (actor Royal Dano) when he meets and has a strong argument with his neighbor named Josephine Burney (actress Salome Jens) who abhors his house. Two Texan businessmen stop by and inform Sligo about his stock shipment of 500 heads. The kids of widow Burney beg her mother to invite Sligo for dinner but the feud carries on. The next day, Dillon and Newly informs Sligo of the quarantine but he suspects something wrong from the Texan dealers and re-negotiates the deal at Hoxie but Watney receives a near lethal beat-up and vengeance occurs …

    It’s a light fish out of water narrative and a focus on an eccentric and picturesque Navy officer character that is directed by actor William Conrad from Cannon and this is his second entry after the season 8 “Panacea Sykes”. It’s another comedic entry after “Sgt. Holly” (also written by William Kelley) and that heavily emphasizes on play-acting. Actor Richard Basehart was popular for the submarine series Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea hence his casting as a Navy officer, “mate”.

    Actors Robert Totten returns from this season 16 “Gentry’s Law”, Royal Dano from the season 15 “The Thieves” and Troy Melton from the season 15 “Celia”, Matt Emery (“The Long Night”) and Boyd Morgan (“Time of the Jackals”) from the season 14, Bob Herron from the season 13 “A Noose for Dobie Price”.
     
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    Speaking of William Conrad, I may have mention this somewhere before, GUNSMOKE is my All-Time
    favorite radio series.

    ConradDillion. GunsmokeCast. MattChester. GUNSMOKE-CAST.
     
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    Thank you for the reminder.
     
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    Frankly, these first three episodes produced by Leonard Katzman leave to be desired.
    I was rather worried at first but hopefully season 17 will see some good episodes.​
     
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    ¶ Next on Gunsmoke season 16, the reviews of the fifth disc and starting on Monday 2!
    ¶ Load your guns and be ready!


    gun16_menu05.
     
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    GUNSMOKE SEASON 16

    Episode #17
    “Mirage”
    written by Jack Miller
    directed by Vincent McEveety
    music by Johnny Parker
    guests: John Anderson, Gary Wood, Mary Rings, Bill Zuckert, Harry Raybould, Robert Knapp, Dan White, Kevin Burchett


    In the desert mountains, a wounded outlaw named Eli Maddox (actor Harry Raybould) keeps on firing at Festus who crawls and comes closer to his hideout. Maddox spots the mule of Festus and hits its canteen that empties itself and has a stroke when Festus finds him lying on the ground dead. Later on and without water, Festus crosses the wilderness with great difficulty, gradually looses his mind, hears voices (Miss Kitty, Dillon, Doc) and undergoes hallucinations depicting animals. Festus eventually stops at a ghost town, hears gunshots, sees the body of Maddox and buries him. Later on, the owner of the livery stable Mr. Stocker (actor Dan White) informs Dillon that he used to bring back Festus and an extra horse belonging to Adam Cleary. After talking to delirious Festus at Doc’s office, Dillon pays a visit to the Cleery family to tell them about the death of their son and rides to investigate in other towns. That night, Lemuel Cleary (actor John Anderson), the father, abducts Festus at Dodge City’s livery stable and brings him back to his ranch. The Cleary family then returns to the ghost town with Festus and investigates the odd case but things turn nasty …

    It’s a good Festus episode thanks to the dreamlike film-making of Vincent McEveety that fits in three categories: a survival adventure, a mystery and a revengist entry centered around a poor farmer family led by a blinded father and a case of mistaken identity. The film editor displays some spectacular tricks: the flashbacks of Festus at Doc’s office and the clubbing of Festus with a shovel by Lemuel Cleary at the ghost town done intercut with slow motion shots of falling down Festus combined with various shocking quick shots. The hallucination scenes feature a raven stock footage from the season 15 “Stryker”. The episode title is in yellow instead of the standard white lettering. Note the inspired and uncanny score by John Parker.

    Actors John Anderson returns from the season 15 “Roots of Fear”, Kevin Burchett from the season 11 “Parson Comes to Town”, Robert Knapp from this season 16 “Chato”, Harry Raybould from the season 8 “Phoebe Strunk”, Dan White from the season 10 “Hammerhead”, Bill Zuckert from the season 10 “Deputy Festus”.
     
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    Festus Haggen hit by a shovel and falls down.
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    See?

    I knew once I ordered the German version a US release would happen.

    I wonder what the price on that 143 disc complete series box will be? And, whether the season chunk epic paks will continue through Wal-Mart?

    Now all we have left to wonder about is Bonanza, but at least ViacomCBS didn't screw us over on Gunsmoke.
     
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