Wild Bill Hickock

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Noun1.Wild Bill Hickock - frontier marshal whose adventures have become legendary (1837-1876)
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But these old-timers have an ace in the hole - their friend Wild Bill Hickok has their backs.
Yma mae'n rhannu rhagor o'i stor o wybodaeth am rai o adar brith y Gorllewin Gwyllt BYDDAI'R Arlywydd 'Ike' Eisenhower (1890-1956) yn mwyhau eistedd ar ei borth yn gwrando ar yr hen ddynion yn adrodd storiau am farsial enwog yr oeddan nhw'n ei adnabod o'r enw Wild Bill Hickok.
1876: James Butler, or Wild Bill Hickok, Marshal of the West, was shot dead by Jack McCall while playing poker in a saloon in Deadwood, South Dakota.
Her final request was to be buried next to Wild Bill Hickok.
Interestingly, according to historians, Wild Bill Hickok was carrying a Smith & Wesson Model No.
You also have the Wild Bill Hickok syndrome among some officers, who grasp at any opportunity to use these weapons.
Calamity Jane (Day) bets Wild Bill Hickok she will lure revered singer Adelaid Adams (Gale Robbins) to Deadwood, and he must wear a Sioux squaw if she succeeds.
2 CALAMITY JANE (1953) DORIS Day got to fire the bullets in this Wild West musical romance with Howard Keel as Wild Bill Hickok.
On the 150th anniversary of the first recorded Wild West gunfight - the July shootout between Wild Bill Hickok and Davis Tutt - Black Country poet and historian Dave Reeves has revealed the links between his beloved patch and America's cowboy heritage.
With courage and insight, and the help of men like Buffalo Bill and Wild Bill Hickok whom she encounters in her search for the finest photographs for her future exhibitions, Regan forges a future she couldn't have fathomed when she first set out on her quest.
Separating truth from myth, it covers the route, the horses, the hard-driving supervisors, and the talented young riders such as Wild Bill Hickok and Buffalo Bill Cody, who shrugged off pain and sneered at danger.
THIS show should have been about the eponymous character but when you discover a voice like Howard Keel's, the entire focus switches to Wild Bill Hickok.