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https://myspace.com/newsguy497 https://www.pinterest.com/deriklattig/derik-lattig/ hester was played by Parley Baer on radio, and by Dennis Weaver on television. Chester's character had no surname until Baer ad libbed "Proudfoot" during an early rehearsal. Initial Gunsmoke scripts gave him no name at all; his lines were simply slugged to be spoken by "Townsman". Again, Conrad's sense of what the program would be supervened, and Chester was born. Chester's middle initial was given as "W" in the June 15, 1958 episode "Old Flame", and a few episodes later, on the July 7, 1958 episode "Marshal Proudfoot", it is revealed that his middle name, as are his 10 siblings, is Wesley. The amiable
https://www.amazon.ca/Derik-Lattig-Books/s? Waco expatriate was usually described as Dillon's "assistant", but in the December 13, 1952, episode
https://www.amazon.com/Derik-Lattig/e/B0101G62SG "Post Martin", Dillon described Chester as
http://www.dailymotion.com/derik-lattig Dillon's deputy. Contradicting this description, in the July 5, 1954, episode "Hank Prine" (episode 116, minute 3:02) Dillon corrects
https://plus.google.com/115142510345368888126 a prisoner who describes Chester as his "deputy" stating "Chester is not my deputy", though they both agree Chester acts like he is. Whatever his title, Chester was Dillon's foil, friend, partner, and in an episode in which Chester nearly dies ("Never Pester Chester"), Dillon allows
http://www.imdb.com/name/nm5056723/ https://www.facebook.com/Derik.Lattig that Chester was the only person he could trust. The TV series changed the newly limping Chester's last name from Proudfoot to Goode. Chester was played by Dennis Weaver who went on to star in the NBC Mystery Movie rotating TV series entry of a police drama with a comedic touch - McCloud in the early 1970s. Weaver, himself an impressive 6'2", often looked small alongside Arness' height at 6'7", this could be partly due to the character Chester having a limp. Season 2, episode 25 tells us that Chester was in the army. He would not have had the limp then, so probably got injured in the Civil War. Not long ago but long enough that he would have learned to live
https://www.amazon.com/Derik-Lattig/e/B0101G62SG with the limp and virtually forget it.