Gunsmoke

Season 10 Episode 24

Thursday's Child

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Aired Unknown Mar 06, 1965 on CBS
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Thursday's Child
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Julie Blane may need help from Doc Adams to deal with her past. Julie is an old friend of Kitty's who has come to visit after 10 years. But Julie has a secret. She has come to help deliver her son Lonnie and his wife Amy's baby. But Lonnie is wanted by the law and Julie and Doc end up being held captive by Lonnie and his partner. Only Festus knows where they are. Will he get there in time to rescue them?moreless

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    Jean Arthur

    Jean Arthur

    Julie Blane

    Guest Star

    Scott Marlowe

    Scott Marlowe

    Lon Blane

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    Joe Raciti

    Joe Raciti

    Vardis

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    Ken Curtis

    Ken Curtis

    Festus

    Recurring Role

    Glenn Strange

    Glenn Strange

    Sam

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    Roy Barcroft

    Roy Barcroft

    Roy

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      • This is quite nitpicky, but when Festus says, "Hey, Matthew," in the Long Branch as Matt comes in, the timing seems off. It seems like Festus said it too early.

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      • Though he is billed as Roy, Doc refers to Roy Barcroft's character as Jonas, which is Wilber Jonas the character played by Dabbs Greer.

      • Suzanne Benoit, was primarily a television actress. Besides this Gunsmoke episode she appeared in three episodes of the series Gomer Pyle U.S.M.C., as various Colonel's daughters that Gomer was assigned to watch. She appeared in the years between 1964 to 1967.

      • Actress Jean Arthur (1900-91) was a classic movie star, her many film credits include, Mr. Deeds Goes to Town (1936), The Plainsman (1936), History is Made at Night (1937), Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (1939) and her last, Shane (1953). Besides this Gunsmoke episode her only other television acting role was as the star of her own TV series, The Jean Arthur Show, which lasted only a few episodes in the fall of 1966 before being canceled.

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