Marshal Matt Dillon (James Arness) presides over Dodge City, a Wild West town that sees more than its fair share of frontier lawlessness. When rustling, gunfights or brawling disrupt the peace, it's up to Dillon to restore law and order. When he isn't fighting the bad guys, the lawman is trying to win over the affections of Kitty (Amanda Blake), known around Dodge as "The Marshal's Woman."
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