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Overview

Artisan brings the award-winning miniseries Lonesome Dove to DVD with this fine package. The series is presented in its original broadcast aspect ratio of 1.33:1. The closed-captioned English soundtrack is rendered in Dolby Digital Surround. Supplemental materials include an interview with Larry McMurtry (whose Pulitzer Prize-winning novel was the basis for the miniseries), an interview with producer Suzanne De Passe, a trailer, and a trivia quiz. This is a fine release that is certainly deserved for one of the best modern Westerns on film or television.
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Special Features

Closed Caption; Interview with Larry McMurty; Interview with Suzanne de Passe; Full-screen version; 2.0 Dolby Surround ; Western historical trivia; Western historical trivia game; Trailer; Cast and crew information; Production notes; Digitally mastered; Scene access; Interactive menus
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Editorial Reviews

All Movie Guide - Richard Gilliam
Lonesome Dove effectively uses its television mini-series format to capture the sprawl and the scope of Larry McMurtry's source novel. The ensemble cast, led by stellar performances from Tommy Lee Jones and Robert Duvall, is uniformly strong, and director Simon Wincer skillfully keeps the proceeding moving. Long out of favor as a storytelling format, the Western made an unexpected comeback in the late 1980s and early 1990s, with such films as Clint Eastwood's Unforgiven and Kevin Costner's Dances With Wolves taking home Best Picture Oscars. Lonesome Dove was the best of several television efforts to cash in on this trend, which had vanished again by the mid-1990s.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 4/30/2002
  • UPC: 012236127178
  • Original Release: 1989
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  • Source: Lions Gate
  • Aspect Ratio: Pre-1954 Standard (1.33.1)
  • Sound: Dolby Surround
  • Time: 6:00:00
  • Format: DVD

Scene Index

Side #1 -- Disc 1
1. Leaving [7:46]
2. Two Dollars [5:43]
3. Jake Spoon Arrives [4:37]
4. Fortunes in Montana [3:52]
5. Fort Smith [2:39]
6. Restless [5:19]
7. A Ralaxing Afternoon [3:18]
8. "Take Joe With You" [2:38]
9. Singing Irishmen [5:53]
10. Horse Thieves [5:08]
11. Ellie Leaves Town [5:49]
12. Cut the Cards [6:03]
13. A Cowman's Paradise [4:04]
14. Gus's Money [4:33]
15. Good-bye [7:39]
16. "We Don't Rent Pigs" [2:21]
17. Mesquite Thorn [3:45]
18. Sandstorm [4:15]
19. Lorie in the Morning [5:01]
20. River Crossing [3:50]
1. On the Trail [4:28]
2. A Bad Start [2:58]
3. "Is This Texas?" [5:33]
4. Going to Ogallala [4:04]
5. A New Cook [3:00]
6. Upstanding Lawmen [3:36]
7. Remembering Clara [3:51]
8. Thowing Rocks [4:22]
9. Changing the Plans [3:04]
10. A Feisty Gentleman [6:41]
11. Blue Duck [4:32]
12. Lorie Is Captured [5:34]
13. "Let's Gamble" [7:34]
14. Gunfight [4:38]
15. Fighting About Lorie [3:16]
16. A Dangerous Man [8:17]
17. Burying the Dead [3:19]
18. Hunting [3:12]
19. Fort Worth [2:52]
20. Gold Coins [4:55]
Side #2 -- Disc 2
1. The Plains [4:04]
2. Hat Creek Cattle Company [4:12]
3. Thieves and Murderers [4:23]
4. Tracking [4:14]
5. Sodbusters [3:32]
6. Looking After Lorie [1:33]
7. Riding with Outlaws [3:47]
8. A Fine Death [3:52]
9. A Baby Boy [5:19]
10. Dee Boot [2:22]
11. Heartsick [5:53]
12. No More Wives [3:16]
13. July Finds Ellie [7:54]
14. "I Hate Rude Behavior..." [9:19]
15. Old Sweethearts [7:37]
16. Horse Trading [2:39]
17. "I'd Like a Kiss" [3:40]
18. Ladies' Man [4:02]
19. No Water [4:43]
20. Chasing After Indians [7:09]
1. Return [3:25]
2. Pretty Country [2:53]
3. Scouting the Territory [3:25]
4. Chasing Buffalo [4:01]
5. Surrounded by Indians [5:25]
6. Leaving Gus [5:50]
7. Lost [4:09]
8. Miles City [5:13]
9. Arguing With Call [9:10]
10. Bringing Bad News [5:16]
11. Winter's Coming [1:34]
12. Building a Ranch [9:02]
13. "I Ain't Kin to Nobody" [5:30]
14. Keeping a Promise [4:00]
15. Saying Good-bye [5:46]
16. A Hard Trip [1:32]
17. Blue Duck Flies [5:26]
18. Crashing the Wagon [3:01]
19. Clara's Orchard [2:08]
20. Lonesome Dove [6:41]
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Side #1 -- Disc 1
   Part 1- "Leaving"
   Part 2- "On the Trail"
   Special Features
      A Conversation With Author Larry McMurtry
         Who Was the Novel, Lonesome Dove Dedicated to ?
         Tell Us About the Research You Do as You Write
         Are the Chracters in Lonesome Dove Based on Anyone You Know?
         Tell Us About the Name, Lonesome Dove
         Once You Come Up With the Title, Did It Help You to Finish the Story?
         Do You Enjoy Writing the Screenplays of the Novels You Have Written?
         Do You Like Revisiting the Characters in You Novels?
         As a Novelist, Do You Start With Character or Story?
         Did You Grow Up on a Ranch and Interact With Animals Similar to the Ones in Lonesome Dove?
         Tell Us About the Relationship Between Gus McCrae and Woodrow Call
         Do You Enjoy the Writing Process?
         Tell Us About the Bookstore You Opened in Your Hometown of Archer city, Texas
         Other Than Being a Writer and Book Collector, Is There Another Occupation You Could See Yourself Doing?
      Executive Producer Suzanne de Passe Discusses the Making of Lonesome Dove
         How Did You Choose This Project?
         How Do You Feel About the Public's Reaction to Lonesome Dove?
         How Do You Feel About the Material?
         How Was the Experience of Casting Lonesome Dove?
         What Did It Take to Bring Lonesome Dove to the Screen?
         Can You Elaborate About the Experience of Producing This Project for Television?
         What Was It Like Working With the Director, Simon Wincer?
         What Attracted You to Making a Western?
         How Was the Experience of Having an Audience Screen Your Film For the First Time ?
         Tell Us What It Was Like the First Time Lonesome Dove Aired on Television
         After All This Time, How Often Do You Think of Lonesome Dove ?
      Play Trailer
   Play Movie
Side #2 -- Disc 2
   Part 3- "The Plains"
   Part 4- "Return"
   Special Features
      Western Historical Trivia
      Western Historical Trivia Game
      Cast & Crew
         Robert Duvall as Gus McRae
         Tommy Lee Jones as Captian Woodrow F. Call
         Anjelica Huston as Clara Allen
         Danny Glover as Joshua Deets
         Robert Urich as Jake Spoon
         Diane Lane as Lorena Wood
         rick Schroder as Newt
         Frederica Forrest as Blue Duck
         D.B. Sweeney as Dish
         Director Simon Wincer, Executive Producer Suzanne de Passe
         Executive Producer Robert Halmi, Jr., Producer Dyson Lovell
         Author Larry McMurtry, Writer and Executive Producer Bill Wittliff
      Production Notes
         Credits
   Play Movie
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Just One Caveat

    One of my all time favorite books became probably one of the best mini-series ever. Duvall and Jones both give their best performances. The supporting cast is excellent as is the direction. My only caveat is the character Blue Duck. So menacing in the book. But the casting of Frederick Forrest was a mistake. Yes, he's a great actor, but completely miscast. Also, whats with the black wig? Was it stolen from the &amp That Girl set? All the great Indian actors available and they go with a white guy in an ill-fitting wig? It doesn't diminish from the production, but it is distracting

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    ...Actually Should be more than five stars

    I don't know where to begin with this movie. It is such a great movie that it leaves you speechless. I have never encountered such a simply brilliant film, as this-Western or not, made for tv or made for Hollywood- that even comes close to the epic stratosphere that Gus and Woodrow F. Call only belong too. Only some one that has watched can understand the gravity of this movie. Nothing like it before, since, or will ever be. So watch it before your death, so you can figure out what life is like.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Probably never will be topped!

    As a western historian and published author, I've been a fan of high quality western films for many years. I've yet to encounter another western film that surpasses Lonesome Dove in terms of acting, casting, character development, story line, and photography. It's one of those rare films which as you watch it hope it will never end. You're enthralled from start to finish.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    There's never been a better movie!

    This movie is unbelievably wonderful! I am a huge fan of westerns, but there has never been any movie of any genre that can compare to this one. These characters are realistic; the story is realistic and believable. Like life, it is funny, tough and heart-breaking at times. And who wouldn't fall in love with Augustus McCrae!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A Must-Have Film

    This a must-have film for any Western fan.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    The new standard for westerns

    ''My favorite role'', said Robert Duvall. Mine too! Tommy Lee is so real as Capt. Call. These are my wife's and my relatives (almost) who live in Texas and Miss. Their humor, honesty, devotion, values, and attitudes toward life reflect the reality of the people of that time and place. I fell in love with Diane Lane as ''Laurie darlin''', as Gus called her.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Best movie in History

    This movie is the best movie in history. All emotions are in this and the journey from beginning to end is, just amazing. I truly don't think that there will ever be another one like this movie.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Best western movie of all time

    I have worn the VHS of Lonesome Dove out.I love the movie and the folks who were in it.The dialog between the Capt and Gus is truly classic, but I also love Pea Eye and Gus' discussion on chasing buffalo.I think Tim Scott (Pea Eye) was wonderful, and he will be missed.If you like westerns, and haven't seen Lonesome Dove, you are truely missing out!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Lonesome Dove

    I would love to write something wonderfully literary and intelligent, but that won't say what needs to be said. Wonderful book, PHENOMENAL movie! The characters were so real I could smell the sweat, feel the dust on my skin. I fell in love with Gus!! There is no issue encountered in life that he did not deal with, and comment sagely on. For anyone who hasn't seen this epic, I recommend it fervently!!! Well worth the time spent!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    If you only buy one DVD, make it this one!

    This is one of the few movies I have seen that lives up to the book... It's an awesome retelling of an Old West tale... I can watch it over and over and I never get tired of it

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 12, 2003

    Great!

    This is one of the best movies ever made. I could watch it over and over again!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 2, 2002

    Awesome!

    This book was one of my all time favorite books so when they made it into a mini-series I was a little skeptical. But I have to say hands down this is now one of my all time favorite movies as well!!!! The movie was done exactly the way the book was written. The casting of Robert Duvall as Gus and Tommy Lee Jones as Woodrow is perfect. They looked just like I pictured they would from the book. Also the soundtrack is wonderful. Definitely a must see and one for the permanent collection

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    The Greatest Western of all Time

    Lonesome Dove is truly the greatest western of all time. The cast was a perfect ensemble. Robert Duvall and Tommy Lee Jones give tour de-force performances. Duvall is funny, wise and heroic as Gus Mcrae. Jones, a real Teas cowboy, burns up the screen as the intense and dangerous Capt. Woodrow F. Call. The interplay between the two actors are excellent.The supporting players were equally powerful. The Director, Simon Wincer, directs with a iron hand. The cinematography, music and sets are top-notch. The miniseries is also an authenic recreation of the old west in every way. A must see and own.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    The Greatest Western

    Simply put, ''Lonesome Dove'' is the finest western ever filmed. It has brilliant acting, taut editing, a terrific score, and, most importantly, is faithful to Larry McMurtry's Pulitzer Prize winning novel of the same name. There is bawdiness, grit, viciousness, and warmth in abundance here. It is a wonderful tale wonderfully told. Highly, highly recommended

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