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    This is CBS Radio's original 1949 pilot episode of Gunsmoke, created three years before the program became a regular series. It features different actors, and a main character named Mark Dillon instead of Matt. Gunsmoke would eventually run for a decade on radio and 20 years on television.
    Don't get out of Dodge! Listen to more Gunsmoke episodes.
    ©2006 Gunsmoke (P)2006 Radio Spirits Inc.

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    "Among fans of radio drama, [ Gunsmoke] is considered the best western ever. The series was marked by high-caliber writing....Veteran radio actors appeared in episode after episode, and innovative sound patterns and evocative music made the program a favorite of radio devotees." (Lawrence W. Lichty, Historical Dictionary of American Radio)

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    Gunsmoke 0.1 Pilot

    Here you are offered one of two versions (with different speakers) of the unaired pilot. So far, I have been unable to find the other version (cf. Wikipedia).

    This pilot episode is a thrilling old western even for those who are not particularly interested in Gunsmoke.
    For any Gunsmoke fan this is a must-have, as it gives you the opportunity to compare and recognize which characteristics of the show were already present in early development and which ones still had to evolve.