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by Ike The shootout has come to represent a period of the American Old West when the frontier was virtually an open range for outlaws.
PATRICK STEWART says that, according to director and western film buff Uli Edel, filmmaker John Huston often dreamed of shooting a version of Shakespeare's ``King Lear'' set in the American Old West.
It appears odd in retrospect that a city boy like Aaron Copland should today be so strongly associated with the American Old West, but his Billy the Kid and Rodeo from 1938 and 1942 respectively have established him so.
The journey takes the reader on a cattle roundup in the American Old West.
Initial TV commercials are set in the American Old West, ancient China and medieval times.
Based on the long running TV series, this film was also produced in colour by Jack Wrather The title character is a masked Texas Ranger in the American Old West, originally played by George Seaton, who gallops about righting injustices with the aid of his Indian sidekick, Tonto.
A French homage to the American Old West that comes at a lime when it is unusual to see much Gallic enthusiasm expressed for the cowboy mentality, "Requiem for Billy the Kid" advances a curious parallel between the famous outlaw and the contemporaneous poet Arthur Rimbaud.
The straight rye whiskey was named for frontier lawman Bat Masterson, one of the most famous American Old West personalities, because "I've always been fascinated by the role that saloons, card games and whiskey played in the gun slingino days of the Wild West and I wanted to tip our cap to a character from that time," Sebastiani explained.
Add the fact the land was part of a 17th century land grant handed down to Spanish settlers in what is now New Mexico by King Charles II of Spain, and you've got yourself big changes to one unique piece of the American Old West.
SOUTHLAKE, Texas -- Responsible for cultivating the cowboy culture, the western genre and a few notorious outlaws, the American Old West makes for an excellent vacation experience for today's travelers.
Thomas Oldfield of the United Kingdom dreams of the American Old West.
In Frontierland, they will have the opportunity to experience the American Old West of the 1880s.

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