Gunsmoke (1955–1975)
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Women for Sale: Part 1 

Matt becomes involved in investigating the disappearance of female settlers and travelers in the region. He links it to a band of renegade Native Americans, who plan to sell the women as sex slaves to a band of ruthless white mercenaries.

Director:

Vincent McEveety

Writer:

Jim Byrnes
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Milburn Stone ... Doc (credit only)
Amanda Blake ... Kitty (credit only)
Ken Curtis ... Festus (credit only)
Buck Taylor ... Newly (credit only)
James Arness ... Matt Dillon
James Whitmore ... Timothy Fitzpatrick
Kathleen Cody ... Cynthia
Dawn Lyn ... Marcy
Nicholas Hammond ... Britt
Sally Kemp ... Rachel
Lieux Dressler ... Liz
Gregory Sierra ... Blue Jacket
Dan Ferrone ... Dan Ross
Larry D. Mann ... Prichard
Charles Seel Charles Seel ... Josiah
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Storyline

Matt becomes involved in investigating the disappearance of female settlers and travelers in the region. He links it to a band of renegade Native Americans, who plan to sell the women as sex slaves to a band of ruthless white mercenaries.

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Genres:

Western

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Language:

English

Release Date:

10 September 1973 (USA) See more »

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CBS Television Network See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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The narrator of this episode is William Conrad, who played Marshal Dillon on CBS Radio. See more »

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good lesson in history
26 August 2012 | by Thomas001See all my reviews

Everyone knows about the black slave trade, but white slave trade was obscure, subordinate to the black slave trade. This Gunsmoke show is an eye opener in that regard. Gunsmoke is very good at elevating contemporary (contemporary to Matt Dillon's era) topics, such as leukemia, mental illness, and now this white trade. It gives viewers an opportunity to be there, to relate, it is an excellent inspiration for further research, as I am sure it was intended to be. On the not-so-good side, it seems that all two-hour shows are little too stretched out. "Gold Train", "The River" and now this one, they are all good examples, too much material to pack into one hour show, but not enough to pack into two or even three hours. Although the fillers (time wasters) are nice, I am anxious to get back to the show itself.


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