did matt and kitty in real life ever have a afair
The actor Matt Dillon is real; the character of Marshal Matt Dillon is fictional.
James Arness who was Peter Graves brother was recommended for the role of Matt Dillon in Gunsmoke TV series by John Wayne, who introduced Arness before the season 1 episode 1 show.
Matt Dillon Matt Dillon was a U.S. Marshall, not a sheriff
Both of these men are actors. James Arness played as Matt Dillon in "Gunsmoke" and Peter Graves played in various mystery television shows. They are brothers.
Notably , James Arness as Matt Dillon , Milburn Stone as Doc , Amanda Blake as Kitty , Ken Curtis as Festus and Dennis Weaver as Chester .
The Western TV series always had the same name of Gunsmoke .
The role of Matt Dillon was played by the late James Arness (May 26, 1923 - June 3, 2011) .
Yes , in the role of Matt Dillon .
Matt Dillon, Gunsmoke, rode a buckskin horse.
That would be Arvo Ojala who was the gunfighter opposite Matt Dillon in the opening sequence of 'Gunsmoke' .
The marshal of Dodge City in the TV Western Series,Gunsmoke.
Marshal Matt Dillon never married on Gunsmoke. He was involved with Miss Kitty Russell, owner of the Long Branch Saloon, but they never married. Check out Toby Keith's song "Shoulda Been a Cowboy" in which he talks about Marshal Dillon & Miss Kitty.
James Arness brother to Peter (Phelps on Mission Impossible)
Nope, Matt sexii Dillon is still alive and well Jim Arness passed away June 3, 2011 at the age of 88.
yes he did he even screwed one
No - Matt found out later that he had a daughter with a woman he'd had a brief fling with when he had amnesia.
chester <><><> Both. Different time periods. After Chester left the show, Festus was the new deputy.
Once on the cheek at a Christmas party.
I believe that they did not. In fact, they even had follow movies where Matt is alone and was never with Miss Kitty.
Matt dillion killed a total of 165 people; 158 men and 7 women.
No middle name or initial was ever given for him - just Matthew Dillon.
Matt Dillon will host a new western re-enactment drama series on CBS. It was called "Gunsmoke 911" (1989). This 60-minute western series features re-enactments of bad cowboys in a saloon by calling 911 that the cowboy sheriff can get actual calls in the 1800s. Matt Dillon ended each show by him saying "I'm Matt Dillon, join us again next week for more true western on Gunsmoke... 911". The theme song for "Gunsmoke 911" (1989) was a mash-up of the Gunsmoke theme song mixed with "Rescue 911" theme song composed by Sonny Curtis. "Gunsmoke 911" was cancelled by CBS in 1996.
No one. The only lady on the show was "Miss Kitty" and they were just good friends.