Season 1 Episode 1


Aired Unknown Jun 03, 2012 on Netflix



  • Trivia

    • The scene where Walt's Bronco flipped involved two Bronco's, one with a stunt man who drove into a fence and off the road and one that was built on a pulley system mounted on a sled. Robert Taylor (Longmire) was harnessed into the Bronco while director of photography Cameron Duncan sat in an apple box at the very back. There were four cameras working: one look one looking down on Taylor from the driver's window, one mounted on the fender, another mounted inside the vehicle just over his shoulder, and Duncan operated another handheld camera to create the illusion that the Bronco had rolled onto its side. Taylor, Duncan and stunt coordinator Chris Howell rode the Bronco sled for 50-70 yards down an incline. The entire setup stirred up a lot of dust which a cloud of smoke inside the vehicle.

    • At the beginning of the episode when Walt drives up to meet Vic you see a herd of elk race across the road in front of Walt's Bronco. The elk weren't incidental, first assistant director O'Mahoney hiked a quarter mile into the woods to find a herd of elk. As the truck drove down the road, the assistant director located the herd and spooked them toward the road. So a combination of good timing and good luck got the herd and the Bronco in the right place at the right time to get it all in one shot.

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  • Notes

    • Featured Music:
      "Beat The Devil's Tattoo" by Black Rebel Motorcycle Club
      "Everlasting Light" by The Black Keys
      "Howlin' For You" by The Black Keys
      "Transcendental Blues" by Steve Earle

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