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"Gunsmoke" The Ditch (TV Episode 1962) Poster

(TV Series)

(1962)

Full Cast & Crew

Directed by 

Harry Harris

Writing Credits  

Les Crutchfield ... (written by)
 
Norman MacDonnell ... (based on the radio series created by) (uncredited)
John Meston ... (based on the radio series created by) (uncredited)
Charles Marquis Warren ... (developed for television by) (uncredited)

Cast (in credits order)  

James Arness ... Matt Dillon
Dennis Weaver ... Chester
Milburn Stone ... Doc
Amanda Blake ... Kitty
Joanne Linville ... Susan
Jay Lanin Jay Lanin ... Trent
Christopher Dark Christopher Dark ... Crider
Dehl Berti Dehl Berti ... Waco
Hardie Albright ... Peckett
Ted Jordan Ted Jordan ... Foreman
Gail Bonney ... Mrs. Hawkins
Mike De Anda Mike De Anda ... Boss
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Rex Andrews Rex Andrews ... Farmer (uncredited)
Russell Custer Russell Custer ... Farmer (uncredited)
Jimmie Horan ... Farmer (uncredited)
Bert Madrid Bert Madrid ... Mexican Worker (uncredited)
Fred McDougall Fred McDougall ... Bartender (uncredited)
Charles McQuary ... Farmer (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel Jimmy Noel ... Townsman (uncredited)
Robert Robinson Robert Robinson ... Townsman (uncredited)
Chick Sheridan Chick Sheridan ... Farmer (uncredited)
Tom Smith ... Farmer (uncredited)
Rudy Sooter ... Farmer (uncredited)
Lucian Tiger Lucian Tiger ... Farmer (uncredited)

Produced by 

Norman MacDonnell ... producer

Cinematography by 

Fleet Southcott ... director of photography

Film Editing by 

Otto Meyer

Casting By 

Lynn Stalmaster

Art Direction by 

Albert Heschong

Production Management 

Al Kraus ... unit manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director 

Gordon McLean ... assistant director

Music Department 

Gene Feldman ... music editor
Carl Fortina ... musician: accordion soloist
Rex Koury ... composer: theme music (uncredited)

Other crew 

George Walsh ... announcer (uncredited)

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