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Author: Simon WincerMike RobeJoseph SargentYves SimoneauWilliam D WittliffAll authors
Publisher: Universal City, Calif. : Vivendi Entertainment, ©2010.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : NTSC color broadcast system : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Lonesome Dove: Retired Texas Rangers Gus McRae and Woodrow Call are content to live out their remaining years in the tiny Texas town of Lonesome Dove. Then their old friend Jake comes to town, and tells them about the incredible oppurtunities for cattle ranching in Montana. Encouraged by this, Call convinces Gus and many other townspeople to go on a perilous cattle drive to Montana. Gus has another agenda though:
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Genre/Form: Western television programs
Television mini-series
Fiction television programs
Drama
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Simon Wincer; Mike Robe; Joseph Sargent; Yves Simoneau; William D Wittliff; John Wilder; Larry McMurtry; Diana Ossana; Dyson Lovell; Suzanne De Passe; Robert Halmi; Larry Levinson; Douglas Milsome; Kees van Oostrum; Edward J Pei; Corky Ehlers; Benjamin A Weissman; Basil Poledouris; Ken Thorne; David Shire; David A Bell; Cary White; Patricia Norris; Jerry Wanek; Van Broughton Ramsey; Jim Echerd; Jill Ohanneson; F Murray Abraham; David Arquette; Ned Beatty; Sonia Braga; Steve Buscemi; Akosua Busia; Jack Caffrey; George Carlin; David Carpenter; Keith Carradine; David S Cass; Patricia Childress; Frederick Coffin; Miriam Colon; Anjanette Comer; Kevin Conway; Chris Cooper; Barry Corbin; Alexis Cruz; Joaquim de Almeida; Brian Dennehy; Reginald T Dorsey; Alastair Duncan; Robert Duvall; Frederic Forrest; James Gammon; James Garner; Jennifer Garner; Danny Glover; Louis Gossett; Brad Greenquist; Dennis Haysbert; Glenne Headly; Barbara Hershey; Anjelica Huston; Tommy Lee Jones; Diane Lane; Ray McKinnon; Jonny Lee Miller; Haviland Morris; Kieran Mulroney; Tim Blake Nelson; Gavan O'Herlihy; Edward James Olmos; Kevin O'Morrison; Nia Peeples; Christopher Penn; William L Petersen; C C H Pounder; Randy Quaid; Oliver Reed; Jared Rushton; William Sanderson; Rick Schroder; Eric Schweig; Tim Scott; Sam Shepard; León Singer; Charles Martin Smith; Sissy Spacek; Harry Dean Stanton; Wes Studi; D B Sweeney; Travis Swords; Tristan Tait; Barry Tubb; Robert Urich; James Victor; Jon Voight; Ron Weyand; Reese Witherspoon; Motown Productions.; Pangaea (Firm),; RHI Entertainment, Inc.; De Passe Entertainment.; Larry Levinson Productions,; Vivendi Entertainment (Firm),
OCLC Number: 676705175
Language Note: Lonesome Dove: In English, dubbed Spanish or dubbed French with optional English subtitles.
Notes: Lonesome Dove, Streets of Laredo and Dead man's walk based on the novel by Larry McMurtry.
Special features: Lonesome Dove Disc 1. On location with director Simon Wincer; Blueprints of a masterpiece; Remembering Lonesome Dove; Lonesome Dove montage; Interview with Pulitzer Prize winning author Larry McMurtry. Lonesome Dove Disc 2. "The making of an epic" featurette.
Credits: (Lonesome Dove) Director of photography, Douglas Milsome ; film editor, Corky Ehlers ; music by Basil Poledouris ; production designer, Cary White ; costume designer, Van Broughton Ramsey. (Return to Lonesome Dove) director of photography, Kees Van Oostrum ; film editor, Benjamin A. Weissman, Corky Ehlers ; score by Ken Thorne ; production designer, Patricia Norris ; costume designer, Patricia Norris. (Streets of Laredo) director of photography, Edward Pei ; editor, Debra Karen ; music by David Shire ; production designer, Jerry Wanek ; costume designer, Jim Echerd. (Dead man's walk) director of photography, Edward Pei ; editor, Michael Ornstein ; music by David Bell ; production designer, Jerry Wanek ; costume designer, Jill O'Hanneson.
Cast: (Lonesome Dove) Robert Duvall, Tommy Lee Jones, Danny Glover, Diane Lane, Robert Urich, Frederick Forrest, D.B. Sweeney, Ricky Schroder, Anjelica Huston, Chris Cooper, Tim Scott, Glenne Headly, Barry Corbin, William Sanderson, Barry Tubb, Gavan O'Herlihy, Steve Buscemi, Frederick Coffin, Travis Swords, Kevin O'Morrison, Ron Weyand, (Return to Lonesome Dove) Jon Voight, Barbara Hershey, Rick Schroder, Louis Gossett, Jr., William Petersen, Oliver Reed, Dennis Haysbert, Reese Witherspoon, Tim Scott, Chris Cooper, C.C.H. Pounder, Nia Peeples, Barry Tubb, William Sanderson, David Carpenter, Leon Singer, Jack Caffrey, Reginald T. Dorsey, (Streets of Laredo) James Garner, Sissy Spacek, Sam Shepard, Ned Beatty, Randy Quaid, Wes Studi, Charles Martin Smith, George Carlin, Alexis Cruz, Kevin Conway, James Gammon, Tristan Tait, Miriam Colon, Anjanette Comer, David S. Cass, Sr., James Victor, Sonia Braga, (Dead man's walk) F. Murray Abraham, Keith Carradine, Patricia Childress, Brian Dennehy, Edward James Olmos, Eric Schweig, Harry Dean Stanton, David Arquette, Jonny Lee Miller, Ray McKinnon, Jennifer Garner, Tim Blake Nelson, Alastair Duncan, Brad Greenquist, Kieran Mulroney, Jared Rushton, Chris Penn, Joaquim DeAlmeida, Haviland Morris, Akosua Busia.
Description: 8 videodiscs (1251 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 commemorative photo booklet in box (20 x 15 x 4 cm.)
Details: DVD; region 1, NTSC; Widescreen presentation (Lonesome Dove), Standard presentation; Dolby digital 5.1, Dolby digital stereo.
Contents: Lonesome Dove / Motown Productions in association with Pangaea and RHI Entertainment ; produced by Dyson Lovell ; teleplay by Bill Wittliff ; directed by Simon Wincer ; executive producers, Suzanne de Passe, Bill Wittliff (1989, 373 min.) --
Return to Lonesome Dove / De Passe Entertainment in association with an RHI Entertainment, Inc. production ; executive producer, John Wilder ; produced by Dyson Lovell ; television story and teleplay by John Wilder ; directed by Mike Robe (1993, 345 min.) --
Larry McMurtry's Streets of Laredo / De Passe Entertainment, Larry Levinson Productions in association with RHI Entertainment, Inc. ; executive producer, Robert Halmi, Jr., Larry Levinson ; teleplay by Larry McMurtry & Diana Ossana ; directed by Joseph Sargent (1995, 263 min.) --
Larry McMurtry's Dead man's walk / RHI Entertainment, Inc. ; executive producer, Robert Halmi, Jr., Larry Levinson ; teleplay by Larry McMurtry & Diana Ossana ; directed by Yves Simoneau (1996, 270 min.).
Other Titles: Lonesome Dove.
Larry McMurtry's Lonesome Dove.
Return to Lonesome Dove.
Larry McMurtry's Streets of Laredo.
Streets of Laredo.
Larry McMurtry's Dead man's walk.
Dead man's walk.
Lonesome Dove (Television program : 1989)
Return to Lonesome Dove (Television program)

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Lonesome Dove: Retired Texas Rangers Gus McRae and Woodrow Call are content to live out their remaining years in the tiny Texas town of Lonesome Dove. Then their old friend Jake comes to town, and tells them about the incredible oppurtunities for cattle ranching in Montana. Encouraged by this, Call convinces Gus and many other townspeople to go on a perilous cattle drive to Montana. Gus has another agenda though: his former sweetheart now lives in Nebraska, and he hopes for a second chance with her. As the drive goes on it takes on an epic scale, ultimately becoming what could well be called the central event in the lives of all involved.

Return to Lonesome Dove: After returning the body of Gus McCrae to Lonesome Dove, Woodrow Call takes on the challenge of driving a herd of wild mustangs 2500 miles north of the Hat Creek Ranch in Montana.

Streets of Laredo: Captain Woodrow Call, now retired from the Rangers, is a bounty hunter. He is hired by an eastern rail baron to track down Joey Garza, a new kind of killer, only a boy, who kills from a distance with a rifle. Joined by his old compadre Pea Eye, it is a long ride to south Texas and the Mexican side of the border, where the past, in the form of Maria Garza, Joey's mother, haunts Call.

Dead man's walk: This prequel to Lonesome Dove finds Gus and Call on a deadly trail to Santa Fe facing outlaws, bandits, and the notorious Buffalo Hump, a vicious warrior.

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