When Cory hits the sheriff with a coffee cup and runs away he hits him in the upper back. When Matt is talking to him he has a bandage on his head.
In the very last scene, as the camera pans the street outside the Long Branch, it's obviously a still shot. The snow is falling, but everything else, including the horses, are completely stationary.
Doc refuses to operate on Matt, because he doesn't want to be responsible for paralyzing him. But without treatment, Matt's condition keeps getting worse until he's paralyzed anyway. Isn't Doc responsible for paralyzing him by NOT operating?
My only nitpick is, what does Dodge do when all the real law is out of town? Newly, Festus, and Matt are all absent leaving Burke in charge. I'd be very afraid if I was Dodge.
According to the calender on the wall of Newly's shop the explosion occurred on Mar. 27.
This isn't really a goof, but why give Kitty the letter to read to everyone when you know she's gonna end up bawling before the end?
gritty crime scenarios, fight for survival, bloody and violent, 60s, prostitution