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Lonesome Dove


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The epic cattle drive continues in this realistic portrayal of the violent times of the wild west, starring Robert Duvall Tommy Lee Jones Anjelica Huston Danny Glover
3: The Plains. Gus tries to comfort Lorena, who is emotionally devastated by her ordeal. Jake discovers the Suggs brothers are brutal murderers who enjoy killing for sport, but retribution is on its way. In Ogallala Gus, reunited with his beloved Clara, spends a halcyon time reflecting on their lost years and love. Newt finally learns who his father is. The cattle drive hits a dry, parched area, and they travel some 80 miles before reaching a water hole, only to have their horses stolen. Concluding part tomorrow at 9.30pm.


Unknown: Robert Duvall
Unknown: Tommy Lee Jones
Unknown: Anjelica Huston
Unknown: Danny Glover
Gus McCrae: Robert Duvall
Woodrow F Call: Tommy Lee Jones
Clara Allen: Anjelica Huston
Joshua Deets: Danny Glover
Lorena Wood: Diane Lane
Jake Spoon: Robert Urich
Blue Duck: Frederick Forrest
DishDoggett: Db Sweeney
Newt: Ricky Schroder
July Johnson: Chris Cooper
Pea Eye Parker: Tim Scott
Elmira: Glenne Headly
Roscoe Brown: Barry Corbin
Lippy Jones: William Sanderson
Jasper Fant: Barry Tubb
Dan Suggs: Gavin O'Herlihy
Luke: Steve Buscemi
Big Swey: Frederic Coffin
AllenO'Brien: Travis Swords
Doctor: Kevin O'Morrison
Old Hugh: Ron Weyand

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