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Gunfighters of the Old West

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Program Details

SKU:
MV52240
Language:
English
Genre:
Documentary
Starring:
Wild Bill Hickok, Wyatt Earp
Co-Starring:
Various
Format:
DVD
Run Time:
5 Hours 40 Minutes
Rating:
No Rating
Region Code:
Region 1
Street Date:
03-28-2011
UPC:
683904522405

Packaging Details

Number of Discs:
1
Product Height (in):
7.5
Product Width (in):
5.25
Product Depth (in):
0.625
Product Weight (oz):
3.5
Carton Height (in):
17.75
Carton Width (in):
7.625
Carton Depth (in):
5.625
Carton Weight (lbs):
7
Carton Qty:
30
Distributed By:
Mill Creek Entertainment
Catalog Title:
Gunfighters of the Old West
Catalog URL:

Synopsis

An Incredible Historical Overview!

Be transported into the wild and wooly past of the American Wild West! In this fascinating 6documentary collection, you’ll find history, lore and biographies of the lives and times of those who populated the Wild West. Gunfighters of the Old West featured all sorts of legendary historical figures from pioneers and scouts to lawmen, outlaws, gangs and gunslingers, to the American cowboy.

Contents:

Old West Cowboys – Parts 1 & 2

This feature enlists professional actors to recreate the characters of the rough and tumble cowboys of the Old West. Genuine still photography, paintings and recreations create an authentic and unique glimpse of the historic time period.

Wild Bill Hickok – Parts 1 & 2

James Butler Hickok (a.k.a. Wild Bill) was the most notorious man in the Wild West. A gunfighter, gambler, Civil War spy, Indian fighter, peace officer, Hickok was said to have killed more than 100 men but the real total was closer to 10. He was widely recognized as the man who won the first classic gunfight on the streets of Springfield, Missouri in 1865. He was shot dead in Deadwood, South Dakota ten years later.

Wyatt Earp – Parts 1 & 2

Wyatt Earp carved his initials deep into Old West lore as a peace officer in Dodge City, Kansas and Tombstone, Arizona. With a pistol in hand, a badge on his chest, and his brothers by his side, Earp delivered a personal brand of frontier justice. But at a legendary place called the OK Corral, his dead aim left his reputation forever tarnished.