Return to Lonesome Dove

1993 film

Return to Lonesome Dove is a 1993 four part television miniseries, written by John Wilder involving characters created in Larry McMurtry's western novel Lonesome Dove which was broadcast by CBS and first aired on November 14–17, 1993. The story focuses on a retired Texas Ranger and his adventures driving mustangs from Texas to Montana.

It is a sequel to the 1989 miniseries Lonesome Dove, but was not written by McMurty, who instead wrote and published his own sequel novel Streets of Laredo in the same time frame.

Quotes edit

Captain Woodrow F. Call: Leave it to Augustus... first man I know who could get himself into a shootin' scrape after he was dead.

Captain Woodrow F. Call: Newt? Dobbs, that was your mother's name. Call. That's Scot's so they tell me. It's had no dishonor I'm aware of.

Gideon Walker: [to Woodrow] I'd forgotten how truly preserve you can be.

Jasper Fant: We ain't here for a long time; we're here for a good time.

Clara Allen: For a dull man, Woodrow manages to stir up a heap of trouble.

Gregor Dunnigan: Barbed wire draws a nasty line, mister.

Captain Woodrow F. Call: How do you spell Ogalala?
Isom Pickett: I don't generally.

Clara Allen: [to Woodrow] It's a sad woman needs anything from you.

Ferris Dunnigan: Did you ever want anything so bad you'd do anything to get it?

Cast edit

Supporting cast edit

Included Barry Tubb, William Sanderson, David Carpenter, Leon Singer, Jack Caffrey, and Reginald T. Dorsey.

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