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Author: James MasonBuffalo BillTim McCoyYakima CanuttHarvey ParryAll authors
Publisher: New York : HBO Video, ©1980.
Series: Hollywood : a celebration of the American silent film, [9]; Thames video collection.
Edition/Format:   VHS video : VHS tape   Visual material : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The Old West was still there when the movies arrived. Cowboys and outlaws saw a heaven-sent chance to relive their youth--and get paid for it--by working in films. The man who really started the "Western Craze" was the Wild West showman William Cody, who made The life of Buffalo Bill in 1913. Tom Mix was the next western screen hero, followed by William S. Hart, who dignified the genre with films like Narrow Trail  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Documentary television programs
Nonfiction television programs
Television programs
Biography
Interviews
Named Person: Buffalo Bill; Tom Mix; William S Hart
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: James Mason; Buffalo Bill; Tim McCoy; Yakima Canutt; Harvey Parry; John Wayne; Colleen Moore; Karl Brown; Blanche Sweet; Iron Eyes Cody; Al Hoxie; Olive Carey; Jesse L Lasky, Jr.; Lois Wilson; Henry King; Mike Wooler; David Gill; Kevin Brownlow; Thames Television, ltd.; HBO Video (Firm)
ISBN: 9781559830355 1559830352
OCLC Number: 19891524
Credits: Executive producer, Mike Wooler ; writers-directors-producers, David Gill, Kevin Brownlow.
Performer(s): Narrator: James Mason.
Commentary: William Cody, Colonel Tim McCoy, Yakima Canutt, Harvey Parry, John Wayne, Colleen Moore, Karl Brown, Blanche Sweet, Iron Eyes Cody, Al Hoxie, Olive Carey, Jesse L. Lasky, Jr., Lois Wilson, Henry King.
Description: 1 videocassette (52 min.) : sd., col. and b&w ; 1/2 in.
Details: VHS.
Contents: "Includes rare footage and excerpts from": The Massacre (1912) --
The Return of Draw Egan (1916) --
Hell's hinges (1916) --
Tom's strategy (1916) --
Lady of the dugout (1918) --
Great K & A train robbery (1926) --
Straight shooting (1917) --
Covered wagon (1923) --
Iron horse (1924) --
Winning of Barbara Worth (1926).
Series Title: Hollywood : a celebration of the American silent film, [9]; Thames video collection.
Other Titles: Massacre.
Return of Draw Egan.
Hell's hinges.
Tom's strategy.
Lady of the dugout.
Great K & A train robbery.
Straight shooting.
Covered wagon.
Iron horse.
Winning of Barbara Worth.
Responsibility: Thames Television.

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The Old West was still there when the movies arrived. Cowboys and outlaws saw a heaven-sent chance to relive their youth--and get paid for it--by working in films. The man who really started the "Western Craze" was the Wild West showman William Cody, who made The life of Buffalo Bill in 1913. Tom Mix was the next western screen hero, followed by William S. Hart, who dignified the genre with films like Narrow Trail and Tumbleweeds. These films were a celebration of the West, establishing a tradition that continues to this day.

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