Gunsmoke

 

Gunsmoke was one of radio’s finest dramas. Production was top notch and the actors made believable characters out of Marshall Dillon, Miss Kitty, Doc and Chester. William Conrad played the lead character, Marshall Dillon. This was the best performance of any character ¬†portrayed on any radio show. ¬†The scripts were great, the acting great and the sound effects made you believe you were in the saloon, right beside Miss Kitty.

 

(1952) 05/21 – Liar From Black Hawk

(1952) 07/12 – The Boughten Bride

(1952) 08/16 – The Lynching

(1952) 08/23 – Shakespeare

(1952) 11/07 – Tara

(1952) 11/14 – The Square Triangle

(1953) 01/31 – Cavalcade

(1953) 02/14 – The Round Up

 

(1953) 05/16 – The Big Con

(1953) 12/05 – The Lamb

(1954) 01/02 – Stage Hold Up

(1954) 03/06 – The Gentleman

(1955) 03/19 – The Mistake

(1955) 04/23 – Born To Hang

(1955) 05/07 – Potato Road

1956) 06/03 – The Pacifist

(1956) 06/17 – Cheap Labor

 

One Response to Gunsmoke

  1. ProphecyGuru says:

    I’m addicted to the old Gunsmoke radio shows with William Conrad.