THE NATIONAL BESTSELLER The second book of Larry McMurtry's Lonesome Dove tetralogy, Comache Moon takes us once again into the world of the. Über Filme auf DVD bei Thalia ✓»Comanche Moon - Alle [2 DVDs]«und weitere DVD Filme jetzt online bestellen! Jetzt online bestellen! Heimlieferung oder in Filiale: Comanche Moon - Alle von Simon Wincer, Val Kilmer, Karl Urban, Steve Zahn, Wes Studi, Elizabeth Banks.
Comanche Moon 2 DVDsDie DVD Comanche Moon jetzt portofrei für 19,99 Euro kaufen. Comanche Moon - Alle 3 Teile bei MÜLLER ➔ Versandkostenfrei in die Filiale › Jetzt bestellen! Die Texas Ranger Augustus `Gus' McCrae und Woodrow F. Call machen Jagd auf drei Gesetzlose: den Comanche-Pferdedieb Kicking Wolf, den Unruhestifter Buffalo Hump, ebenfalls ein Comanche, und den mexikanischen Banditenkönig Ahumado.
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Episodes Seasons. Nominated for 5 Primetime Emmys. Edit Cast Series cast summary: Steve Zahn Gus McCrae 3 episodes, Ryan Merriman Jake Spoon 3 episodes, Keith Robinson Joshua Deets 3 episodes, Wes Studi Buffalo Hump 3 episodes, Adam Beach Blue Duck 3 episodes, James Rebhorn Elisha Marshall Pease 3 episodes, Melanie Lynskey Pearl Coleman 3 episodes, Rachel Griffiths Inez Scull 3 episodes, Troy Baker Pea Eye Parker 3 episodes, David Midthunder Famous Shoes 3 episodes, Arron Shiver Stove Jones 3 episodes, Toby Metcalf Ranger Lee Hitch 3 episodes, Steve Reevis Worm 3 episodes, Wally Welch Ranger Ikey Ripple 3 episodes, Val Kilmer Inish Scull 3 episodes, Karl Urban Woodrow F.
Call 3 episodes, Linda Cardellini Clara Forsythe 3 episodes, Elizabeth Banks Maggie 3 episodes, Ray McKinnon Bill Coleman 2 episodes, Sal Lopez Ahumado 2 episodes, Floyd 'Red Crow' Westerman First Old Comanche 2 episodes, Kristine Sutherland Elmira Forsythe 2 episodes, Josh Berry Bob Allen 2 episodes, Jonathan Joss Kicking Wolf 2 episodes, Bill Flynn Old Ben Mickelson 2 episodes, Brady Coleman Forsythe 2 episodes, Savion Rose Felice 2 episodes, Grover Coulson Bingham 2 episodes, Tatanka Means Slipping Weasel 2 episodes, Fredrick Lopez Goyeto 2 episodes, Scotty Augare Straight Elbow 2 episodes, Geraldine Keams Hema 2 episodes, Rod Rondeaux SlowTree 2 episodes, Jack Burning Second Old Comanche 2 episodes, Jake Busey Edit Storyline The adventures and love lives of young Texas Rangers Woodrow Call and Augustus McRae leading up to their retirement to the city of Lonesome Dove.
Edit Did You Know? Trivia Some of the dialogue is in Comanche, with English subtitles. Goofs When Pea Eye gets drunk and passes out in the street, his hat is laying flat on the ground behind his head.
When Maggie reaches down to grab him and drag him out of the street, his hat is partially on his head. Quotes [ from trailer ] Gus McCrae : We are Texas Rangers!
Our jurisdiction is wherever we happen to be! Alternate Versions At the beginning of the broadcast version, there is a flashback to Buffalo Hump's youth, in which several Comanche tribes are called together to meet with American military officers in a tent, and are subsequently betrayed by the white men opening fire on them from outside.
In the DVD, this scene is moved to the end of the first episode, while Buffalo Hump describes the incident to his fellow tribe members as they set out to raid Austin.
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Q: Who is the only actor that played in "Lonesome Dove" "Return to Lonesome Dove' and Comanche Moon"? Scull handles the cage so well that Ahumado has him taken down, and has his henchman Goyeto cut off his eyelids.
Ahumado sends word to Austin that he will return Scull for a ransom of one thousand cattle. Governor Pease sends the Rangers out once again, to collect the cattle and exchange the herd for Scull.
The Rangers go to Lonesome Dove in search of cattleman Captain King. Realizing they will not be able to even gather the cattle, let alone persuade King to sell them, Call and McCrae set out to try to rescue Scull on their own terms, leaving the rest of their troop behind.
Meanwhile, Ahumado has been bitten by a brown recluse spider , and goes South to die. Call and McCrae find Scull going insane in a pit, but the rescue is soon enough to allow Scull to mostly recover.
Scull returns to Austin and later becomes a general with the Union army. Because of the eyepieces he has devised, he becomes known as "Blinders" Scull.
Meanwhile, Buffalo Hump banishes his half-Mexican son Blue Duck. Blue Duck goes East and acquires wealth and notoriety as the leader of a gang of bandits.
At this point, the novel moves more quickly, giving highlights covering the period leading up to the sequel, Lonesome Dove. Maggie gives birth to Call's son Newt, but Call refuses to acknowledge the child is his.
She goes to work at the general store, and Jake Spoon more or less moves in with her. The Civil War takes most of the soldiers away from the frontier, enabling the Comanches to push back the white settlers.
After the Civil War, Call and McCrae are sent in pursuit of Blue Duck and his band of renegades. Buffalo Hump has gone off to die.
Blue Duck hears of this and leaves his cutthroats to pursue his father. The Rangers attack his band, but Blue Duck, having left, evades capture.
He finds his father at his chosen place of death and kills him there. Maggie dies while the Rangers are on this expedition. One ranger, Bill Coleman, learning that his wife had been raped in the raid, losing their unborn child as a result, cannot cope and hangs himself the next day.
Meanwhile, Scull, having survived the cage, is moved to Ahumado's snake-pit while awaiting ransom. Blue Duck falls out with his father, Buffalo Hump, and is exiled, and the camp is devastated by cholera.
Also, in Galveston , Forsythe is brought news of her parents' death in the raid and the loss of the store, and is proposed to by her other romantic interest, Bob Allen, a horse-trader from Nebraska.
In Austin, the governor re-issues the order to Call and McCrae to rescue Scull, on the proviso that they can convince cattle ranchers to provide them the head ransom on credit.
After burying Bill Coleman, Call tries to come to terms with being a father, while McCrae ponders why Clara chose Allen over him.
En route to the ranchers, they have a run-in with some wild cattle before being directed to rancher Dick King and the "town" of Lonesome Dove.
Unable to secure the ransom, Call and McCrae set off alone to rescue Scull. Meanwhile, in the snake-pit, Scull is still alive, although his sanity is weakening.
Outside the pit, Ahumado is bitten by a spider and dies en route to a legendary medicine tree, and the rest of the camp is abandoned.
Scull is rescued and returned to Austin, although he is now taken by occasional delusions that he is a flea. McCrae loses the love of Clara when she learns of his affair with Inez, and Call cannot bring himself to marry Tilton and claim her newborn as his, named Newton.
Seven years later, in , the American Civil War ends, Call is still single and McCrae is mourning the death of Nellie, his wife.
Call remains listless, and is blind to Spoon moving in with Maggie who now is a clerk at the store , and is equally unable to admit feelings for her or accept his son, even though he regularly has dinner with both of them.
Jake Spoon is shown leaving for new opportunities elsewhere. In Austin, Governor Pease is again in charge, but the pending arrival of Union cavalry represent a new phase in the struggle with the Comanche, with Rangers to be used as scouts.
In Nebraska, Clara Allen, now a mother of two, hears of Nellie's death and mourns the loss of her own son too. In Boston , the Sculls are still married, although infidelity is still an ongoing source of tension, and Captain Scull continues to be fascinated by fleas.
On the plains, Blue Duck continues to attack and kill settlers, increasing the chances of "Blue coats" arriving in force to suppress the Comanche.
Led by Charles Goodnight , the Rangers and cavalry locate a Comanche camp, and recapture "the Parker girl", who has been with the Comanche so long she has been assimilated by their culture.
Heading back to Austin, they meet Clara Allen who is visiting again in order to sell her family's property. Clara and McCrae rekindle their friendship, and she returns to her family in Nebraska, just as Maggie begins showing symptoms of TB.
At the Comanche camp. Buffalo Hump realizes his time has come and leaves for good. His brother-in-law then relays the news to his nephew, Blue Duck at his hideaway in the forest.
The Rangers and sheriffs soon raid the camp and hang most of the outlaws, but Blue Duck has already left seeking to kill his father, whose death represents the end of an era for the region.
Maggie dies of TB, and Newt is taken in by Pearl and Rippley, until the rangers return. As with others in the Lonesome Dove series , the teleplay was co-written by author Larry McMurtry and Diana Ossana.