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  1. Lonesome Dove (TV Mini-Series 1989) - IMDb

    Feb 05, 1989 · During a conversation in which Gus is lecturing Woodrow on his previous treatment of Maggie, both Gus and Woodrow state that Maggie died in Lonesome Dove. However, in the prequel, "Comanche Moon", Maggie is shown dying in Austin, Texas, before Gus and Woodrow decide to move to Lonesome Dove.

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  2. Lonesome Dove - Wikipedia

    Lonesome Dove is a 1985 Western novel by American writer Larry McMurtry. It is the first published book of the Lonesome Dove series but the third installment in the series chronologically. The story focuses on the relationship among several retired Texas Rangers and their adventures driving a cattle herd from Texas to Montana.

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  3. Watch Lonesome Dove | Prime Video

    (3,689) IMDb 8.7 1988 18+ The revival of interest in westerns can be traced to the 1989 premiere of the television mini-series Lonesome Dove. Adapted by Larry McMurtry from his Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, the story of a mismatched pair of old cowboys setting out on a hazardous cattle drive continues to capture the imagination of audiences.

  4. Lonesome Dove (miniseries) - Wikipedia

    Lonesome Dove is an American epic Western adventure television miniseries directed by Simon Wincer. It is a four-part adaptation of the 1985 novel of the same name by Larry McMurtry and is the first installment in the Lonesome Dove series.

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  6. Lonesome Dove (Lonesome Dove #1) by Larry McMurtry

    A love story, an adventure, and an epic of the frontier, Larry McMurtry’s Pulitzer Prize— winning classic, Lonesome Dove, the third book in the Lonesome Dove tetralogy, is the grandest novel ever written about the last defiant wilderness of America.

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  7. Lonesome Dove Cast and Characters | TV Guide

    Lonesome Dove. A sprawling, highly rated four-part paean to the Old West about two former Texas Rangers as they lead a cattle drive to Montana in the late 19th century.

  8. Lonesome Dove: 8 Things You Didn't Know About the Classic Western
    • Tommy Lee Jones is a real cowboy. The actor, who owns a ranch in Texas, refused to have a stunt double do any of his character's riding scenes. Jones saddled up and did everything himself.
    • Jones and Duvall had their roles reversed. Originally, Tommy Lee Jones was set to play Augustus McCrae and Robert Duvall was cast as Woodrow Call. However, after reading the book, Duvall (who was the bigger star) decided he wanted to play ole Gus McCrae.
    • Lonesome Dove was a ratings hit but didn't win all the awards it should have. Lonesome Dove lost out on the Emmy to War and Remembrance. Easily one of the times the Emmys can look back and say they made a mistake.
    • 'Lonesome Dove' is based on a book that was originally written as a movie. Lonesome Dove writer Larry McMurtry originally wrote the story as a movie script and hoped to have John Wayne, Jimmy Stewart and Henry Fonda star.
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  10. The True History of Lonesome Dove - True West Magazine

    Mar 22, 2016 · Lonesome Dove is the greatest Western miniseries—no, to hell with the miniseries limitation: it’s one of the greatest Western movies ever made. And its greatness is because of its casting. We know that Larry McMurtry wanted to cast John Wayne as Woodrow Call and James Stewart as Augustus “Gus” McCrae.

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