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  • Marshall Dillon says " Studebaker"

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2PNzMca8RhU

    It happens about 15:10 if you don't have time to listen to the story.

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    If you right click on the timeline at the point the You Tube player is paused and select 'Copy video URL at current point' the link will play from that marked point. This link is a few seconds short of when "Studebaker" is mentioned. https://youtu.be/2PNzMca8RhU?t=908

    I taught Television Production for many - many years and we used raw footage from Gunsmoke titled "Values and Interpretations" as stock footage for introduction editing classes.
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    • #3
      Radio voice for Dillon was William Conrad who later played Cannon on TV crime drama.
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      • #4
        The Gunsmoke TV show was based on the radio show of the same name, and was the first "adult western". It was one of the last network dramas on radio, and lasted until 1961. The radio show attempted, perhaps even more assiduously than did the TV version, to portray the Old West as accurately as possible. As noted, William Conrad portrayed US Marshal Matt Dillon. He didn't make the cut for the TV version because he wasn't tall enough and was too heavy -- but his voice was perfect for radio. Many of the of the radio scripts were re-used for the TV show, including at least two in which Matt remarks on a "big Studebaker wagon".
        Skip Lackie

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Skip Lackie View Post
          The Gunsmoke TV show was based on the radio show of the same name, and was the first "adult western". It was one of the last network dramas on radio, and lasted until 1961. The radio show attempted, perhaps even more assiduously than did the TV version, to portray the Old West as accurately as possible. As noted, William Conrad portrayed US Marshal Matt Dillon. He didn't make the cut for the TV version because he wasn't tall enough and was too heavy -- but his voice was perfect for radio. Many of the of the radio scripts were re-used for the TV show, including at least two in which Matt remarks on a "big Studebaker wagon".
          I love old radio shows and have been listening to Gunsmoke for a while now. You can find more than 400 episodes (and hundreds more shows) online at the Old Time Radio Network, www.otr.net. For the iPad/iPhone get the OTR Streamer app.
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