Return to Lonesome Dove

Return to Lonesome Dove

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Director: Mike Robe, Jon Voight, Chris Cooper, Louis Gossett Jr.

Cast: Mike Robe, Jon Voight, Chris Cooper, Louis Gossett Jr.

     
 

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The first of a number of sequels to the highly successful western mini-series Lonesome Dove featured few of the same actors as the original, nor was it based on a novel by Larry McMurtry. In this outing, onetime Texas Ranger Call (Jon Voight, replacing Tommy Lee Jones) heads a group of cowboys leading horses from Texas north to Montana. Along the way, Call

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The first of a number of sequels to the highly successful western mini-series Lonesome Dove featured few of the same actors as the original, nor was it based on a novel by Larry McMurtry. In this outing, onetime Texas Ranger Call (Jon Voight, replacing Tommy Lee Jones) heads a group of cowboys leading horses from Texas north to Montana. Along the way, Call again meets Clara Allen (Barbara Hershey, taking over for Anjelica Huston), the love of his late partner McCrae's life.

Product Details

Release Date:
07/06/2010
UPC:
0883476012384
Original Release:
1993
Rating:
NR
Source:
Rhi Entertainment
Region Code:
1
Presentation:
[Full Frame]
Time:
5:00:00
Sales rank:
8,437

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Jon Voight Actor
Chris Cooper Actor
Louis Gossett Actor
Dennis Haysbert Actor
Barbara Hershey Actor
Nia Peeples Actor
William Petersen Actor
CCH Pounder Actor
Oliver Reed Actor
William Sanderson Actor
Rick Schroder Actor
Timothy Scott Actor
Barry Tubb Actor
Reese Witherspoon Actor

Technical Credits
Mike Robe Director
Suzanne De Passe Executive Producer
Robert Halmi Executive Producer
Dyson Lovell Producer
Ken Thorne Score Composer
Kees Van Oostrum Cinematographer
Benjamin A. Weissman Editor
John Wilder Executive Producer,Teleplay

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Return To Lonesome Dove
1. The Searchers [30:03]
2. Right Man For The Job [12:20]
3. Making a Deal [10:09]
4. Heading Out [8:21]
5. Deadly Detour [7:32]
6. Civilized World [10:33]
7. Loyalties [11:16]
8. Credits [1:13]
1. The Hard Road [21:18]
2. A Friend In Need [11:24]
3. Change Of Plans [8:11]
4. Nocturnal Activities [10:06]
5. Family Matters [10:06]
6. Tough Choices [14:28]
7. Order And Chaos [13:45]
8. Credits [1:13]
Disc #2 -- Return To Lonesome Dove
1. Burned Out [17:44]
2. A New Start [12:07]
3. Warning Sign [9:28]
4. Alliances [11:01]
5. Power Of Truth [14:30]
6. Home Stretch [11:11]
7. Living Legacy [8:08]
8. Credits [1:12]
1. Old Wounds [12:50]
2. Setting Precedents [8:56]
3. Ambush [11:48]
4. Retribution [10:24]
5. Starting A War [8:40]
6. The Stand [8:01]
7. From The Ashes [15:51]
8. Credits [1:13]

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Return to Lonesome Dove 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
End of Disc 2 says "to be continued" and that ends it????? Bought entire collection and of all, this was so disappointing as no end, a beginning of the alliance
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is a great sequel to Lonesome Dove. I don't know why they didn't make it a movie instead of just a TV miniseries. It is awesome and picks up right where Lonesome Dove ends. The cast is wonderful and the scenery is fantastic. Don't miss this one if you loved Lonesome Dove!
Guest More than 1 year ago
No western could ever measure up to the original Lonesome Dove but I found this sequel extremely well done. The story line, scenery, music, and acting was wonderful and very entertaining. Hopefully producer Suzanne De Passe would consider another sequel, she really knows how to put it all together.
Guest More than 1 year ago
No sequal, even written by the Larry McMurtry can live up to the original Lonesome Dove miniseries, the greatest western of all time. The plot was a rehash of the original with a needless sub-plot involving a range war, based on the real life Johnson County war in Wyoming in the late 1800's. the cast did a fine job, especially the underrated talents like the late Oliver Reed and Dennis Haysbert. The miniseries was more of a tie-in to the television series of the same name. As a fan of the book and the miniseries i was disappointed at the lack of attention the script writers paid to the towering figure of the original, Capt. Woodrow F. Call. I believe his character really was butchered in this telefilm. Jon Voight, one of our great actors, does his best. Good cinematography, fine acting, decent action and good period detail makes for the lack of plot and originality.