Longmire

Season 1 Episode 7

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Aired Monday 10:00 PM Jul 15, 2012 on A&E
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A bronc rider, an affair and a secret about a seemingly worthless painting are only a few of the possible motives for why a wealthy beer distributor is found severely beaten. Vic's husband drops in and she makes a great effort to deal with his jealousy of her bond with Walt. Damaging information comes to light that could ruin Branch's campaign.

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    Shawn Hatosy

    Shawn Hatosy

    Levi Giggs

    Guest Star

    Calum Worthy

    Calum Worthy

    Zachary Nunn

    Guest Star

    Stacy Haiduk

    Stacy Haiduk

    Julia Sublette

    Guest Star

    Louanne Stephens

    Louanne Stephens

    Ruby

    Recurring Role

    Katherine La Nasa

    Katherine La Nasa

    Lizzie Ambrose

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    John Bishop (III)

    John Bishop (III)

    Bob Barnes

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      • After a lot of discussion as to whether the production team would shoot the rodeo scenes at an actual rodeo, or create a rodeo themselves, the decision was made to make their own rodeo from scratch. Directory of Photoraphy Cameron Duncan stated, "Our stunt coordinator Chris Howell and animal trainer Cody Smith did an amazing job in recreating the rodeo. Howell is a former bronc rider, so this episode was tailor made for him. That shooting day was the one day that spooked the production the most because we had so many elements; background players, animals, stunts, etc. In the end the crew and department keys came prepared and we killed it. I'm recalling the stunt man for Shawn Hatosy was able to land in the same spot once he was bucked from the bronco."

      • For the shoots at the Sublette home, the crew used a combination of art that actually belonged to the homeowners, and pieces brought in by production designer Robb Wilson King. In order to keep things tidy, the crew was required to wear "booties" while working in the home. Director of Photography Cameron Duncan said, "It was like shooting in a modern art museum; a bit nerve-racking."

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