Buffalo Bill

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United States showman famous for his Wild West Show (1846-1917)

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About the Buffalo Bill Center of the West Since 1917, the award-winning Buffalo Bill Center of the West in Cody, Wyoming, has devoted itself to sharing the story of the authentic American West.
He was caught in Windsor, and within days, appeared at Dudley Police Court where his employer, Buffalo Bill, gave evidence.
The Buffalo Bill Historical Center and the Smithsonian Institution invite visitors to explore these firearms that have helped shape our nation and beyond.
One of the highlights of the show was Buffalo Bill's re-enactment of single-handed combat with Yellow Hand and, if my memory serves me right, I saw a depiction of this combat in the film Buffalo Bill, in which Joel McCrea played Buffalo Bill and Anthony Quinn Yellow Hand.
Jochen Wierich, the estate curator of art, said, 'The Buffalo Bill Historical Center is one of the best destinations in the world to learn about the West.
OUR anniversary article to mark the last visit of Buffalo Bill to the UK has prompted several readers to share their memories this week (Daily Post, July 27).
BUFFALO BILL comes to a new Live & Local venue in Nuneaton tomorrow.
Now the show is back as Buffalo Bill Days, commemorating the 110th anniversary of the historic Sheridan Inn.
Video specialist Jason is busy separating fact and fiction by producing a short film about Liverpool's very own Buffalo Bill legend.
Aidan O'Brien was present to see 18-year-old JP Magnier, son of Coolmore boss John and wife Sue, ride his first winner aboard the Ballydoyle-trained Buffalo Bill in the bumper,
Yet, the world knew him best simply as Buffalo Bill.
But when Buffalo Bill rolled into Glasgow, it was the sharp-shooters of football team Rangers which impressed him.
In The Mullet: Hairstyle of the Gods, authors Mark Larson and Barney Hoskyns suggest it may be both: The book traces the bilevel's history--a photograph of Buffalo Bill Cody is annotated with the words "This dude rules
The hero of a hundred fights; collected stories from the dime novel king, from Buffalo Bill to Wild Bill Hickock.