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Real West - Cowboys & Outlaws

Includes - The Real West: Buffalo Bill & His Wild West (1992) The Real West: Outlaws - The Ten Most Wanted (1992) The Real West: Legendary Cowboys (1992) The Real West: The Law From Behind the Tin Star (1992) The Real West: The James Gang (1992) The Real West: The Texas Rangers (1992) The Real West: Wild Bill Hickock (1992) The Real West: Guns That Tamed the West (1992) The Real West: Buffalo Bill & His Wild West Though brief, the period of exploration and expansion known as the Wild West has long had a strong grip on the psyche of the American nation. From the lonely cowboy to the sinister and romantic vision of the outlaw and gunslinger, the iconography of the American West is inextricably bound to our consideration of who we are as Americans. Each episode of The Real West examines an aspect of this legendary phase of American history and attempts to divide myth from fact to present a more historical view of this mythical era. In this particular tape, viewers examine the life and legacy of Buffalo Bill, a man perhaps more responsible than any other for ideas about the Wild West. The program is narrated by Kenny Rogers. ~ Rob Ferrier, All Movie Guide The Real West: Outlaws - The Ten Most Wanted Though brief, the period of exploration and expansion known as the Wild West has long had a strong grip on the psyche of the American nation. From the lonely cowboy to the sinister and romantic vision of the outlaw and gunslinger, the iconography of the American West is inextricably bound to our consideration of who we are as Americans. Each episode of The Real West examines an aspect of this legendary phase of American history and attempts to divide myth from fact to present a more historical view of this near-mythical era. In this particular entry, viewers take a look at some of the Old West's most notorious outlaws. The program is narrated by Kenny Rogers. ~ Rob Ferrier, All Movie Guide The Real West: Legendary Cowboys No synopsis available. The Real West: The Law From Behind the Tin Star No synopsis available. The Real West: The James Gang No synopsis available. The Real West: The Texas Rangers Though brief, the period of exploration and expansion known as the Wild West has long had a strong grip on the psyche of the American nation. From the lonely cowboy to the sinister and romantic vision of the outlaw and gunslinger, the iconography of the American West is inextricably bound to our consideration of who we are as Americans. Each episode of The Real West examines an aspect of this legendary phase of American history and attempts to divide myth from fact to present a more historical view of this near-mythical era. In this particular entry, viewers investigate the legendary origins of a legendary group of Texas lawmen. Kenny Rogers narrates. ~ Rob Ferrier, All Movie Guide The Real West: Wild Bill Hickock Though brief, the period of exploration and expansion known as the Wild West has long had a strong grip on the psyche of the American nation. From the lonely cowboy to the sinister and romantic vision of the outlaw and gunslinger, the iconography of the American West is inextricably bound to Americans' ideas about who they are. Each episode of The Real West examines an aspect of this legendary phase of American history and attempts to divide myth from fact to present a more historical view of this near mythical era. In this particular entry, viewers take a look at a legendary figure of the Wild West, Wild Bill Hickock, a man whose murder gave the name "dead man's hand" to a combination of aces and eights held by the victim at the time of his death. The program is narrated by Kenny Rogers. ~ Rob Ferrier, All Movie Guide The Real West: Guns That Tamed the West Though brief, the period of exploration and expansion known as the Wild West has long had a strong grip on the psyche of the American nation. From the lonely cowboy to the sinister and romantic vision of the outlaw and gunslinger, the iconography of the America

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Released - Tuesday, August 25 , 2009
  • Distributed by - A&E Home Video
  • MPAA Rating - NR
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