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James Arness triumphed especially as the high and rough sheriff Matt Dillon who imposed the law on the border, in the law of the revolver, which happens to be the drama that more time has remained in Prime Time on american television, no less than 20 years.
Arness died Saturday, June 4, 2011, at age 88, natural causes, despite the fact that until then enjoyed relative good health. “No disease, no discomfort, I just get tired a little bit,” he recently commented.
James Arness (his real name) was born may 26, 1923, in Minneapolis (Minnesota). He made his debut in the cinema in 1947 with The Farmer’s Daughter, although her first big success was the tape Hondo, where he accompanied himself John Wayne. He worked in the science-fiction of series B, since he was in the classics of the genre, The thing from another world –where was the monster– and The world in danger.
When the producers were preparing the series gunsmoke, thought the protagonist’s ideal was John Wayne. But the astro was embarking on film projects, and he rejected the offer, and finally James Arness was chosen to embody the sheriff Matt Dillon. Dennis Weaver played his assistant Chester Goode. For the series came to pass John Wayne, as a guest, but also other greats like Bette Davis, Bruce Dern, George Kennedy, Burt Reynolds, and many more, over two decades of broadcast.
For Spanish that reaches about forty years, James Arness will always be Zebulon Macahan, mythical character of the series, The conquest of the west (series), trapper and family patriarch protagonist, who embodied the values of the first pioneers of the west.
It was one of his latest works, but also returned to the sheriff Matt Dillon in several tv movies. Divorced from actress series Virginia Chapman, with whom he had three children, Arness was paired with Janet Surtrees from the late 70s until his death.