Longmire (2012–2017)
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Not Rated | | Action, Crime, Drama | Episode aired 3 June 2012
Sheriff Longmire runs a small department in rural Wyoming. When the body of a man is found in the woods the investigation leads to tension between Longmire and the local Indian Reservation,... See full summary »


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Robert Taylor ... Sheriff Walt Longmire
Katee Sackhoff ... Victoria 'Vic' Moretti
Lou Diamond Phillips ... Henry Standing Bear
Bailey Chase ... Branch Connally
Cassidy Freeman ... Cady Longmire
Adam Bartley ... The Ferg
Louanne Stephens ... Ruby
John Bishop ... Bob Barnes
Louis Herthum ... Omar
Karina Logue ... Susan Parkford
Zahn McClarnon ... Officer Mathias
Reynaldo Gallegos ... Dan Estes (as Rey Gallegos)
Irene Bedard ... May Stillwater
Nathaniel Arcand ... Avo
Austin Hébert ... Colton


Sheriff Longmire runs a small department in rural Wyoming. When the body of a man is found in the woods the investigation leads to tension between Longmire and the local Indian Reservation, as well as between Longmire and his Indian friend who runs a local bar. Written by kamas716

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The plot thread about the use of an antique Sharps rifle is drawn from the first Longmire novel "Cold Dish." However, the rest of the plot is not the same. See more »


Omar tells the Sheriff the bullet used in the murder is a .45-70. The sheriff asks if there are any modern rifles chambered for the round. Omar tells him no, it has to be something old, a Sharps, an antique. In fact, there are a number of modern rifles chambered in .45-70 including lever guns like the Marlin 1895 and Winchester 1886, as well as modern copies of the Sharps such as Shiloh. See more »


Sheriff Walt Longmire: Vic, give me those pants.
Victoria 'Vic' Moretti: If I had a dime for every time a man said that to me.
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Everlasting Light
Written by The Black Keys
Performed by The Black Keys
Plays on jukebox at The Red Pony Cafe
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22 June 2012 | by blashco-47-329735See all my reviews

So I haven't read the books, but I went to the school where this was shot. The production consumed my entire campus, ruining many of my friends' shoots (because they reserved half the buildings on my campus indefinitely).

I assumed they would be working on something good, but low and behold, this was what they produced. There is nothing at all special about anything that is going on here. Nothing is done in any new way and for the amount of effort, energy and consumption they put into this, they should all be ashamed of what became of it.

They had hundreds of kino flows, junior and senior lights and a whole slew of more electricity swallowers (baby lights are 1k, and juniors are usually 2k, and seniors are 5 or 10k... all on all day for 9 months, and that is only what was visually apparent to me), hundreds of human laborers, a stupidly large set taking up two sound stages. It is just gross that so much effort can be put into something so horrid.

The pilot I was working on, produced for 600 dollars, is ten times better than this piece of crap.

Skip it, go watch anything else. Just hit up youtube, that has better content.

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