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is one of those long-running classic that everyone knows and remembers. It's also one that is still respected for its high values, in all aspects. Gunsmoke first aired on the network on April 26, 1952, billed as the first adult western. It was set in , Kansas in the 1870's. The main character, , was played by . On August 6, 1951, William Conrad played the lead in a show entitled "Pagosa" in the series Romance, where he played the part of a reluctant sheriff in a tough Western town. Although not a true audition, Conrad's character role is very close the that of Matt Dillon in Gunsmoke. It was one of the "stepping stones" toward the production of Gunsmoke. Other regular characters were Chester Proudfoot, played by ; Kitty, played by ; and Doc Adams, played by .The series featured top-notch acting and well-developed scripts that set it apart from many other shows, not only Westerns; however, it was the sound effects that stood out the most. Listen carefully and one can hear many levels of sound that really helps transport the listener back to the old west. Besides the US version, there was an Austrailian production of Gunsmoke. It began sometime in 1955, transcribed under the Artransa label, and aired Mondays at 7:00 PM on the Macquarie network. It is not known how many shows aired or how long the series ran.

You will recieve a MP3 DVD, with no label and in a plastic sleeve or paper envelope. This DVD has 509 Gunsmoke shows Old Time Radio Shows. This will give you many hours of enjoyment.

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WILL NOT PLAY IN REGULAR CD PLAYERS INCLUDING mp3 CD PLAYERS

This DVD will play in your computer.
You can, also, upload the mp3 files to your ipod or itune and finally you can burn CD from your favorite shows and play them in you home or car mp3 CD player.

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