Buffalo Bill Cody

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

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The production stars Caryl Davidson as Annie Oakley, Jeff Blume as Frank Butler, Aaron Stone as Tommy Keeler, Abby Young as Winnie Tate, Allison Fradkin as Dolly Tate, John Benischek as Buffalo Bill Cody, Adam Obenberger as Little Jake, Hannah Kallio and Maryel Castillo as Jessie, Brooke Day and Emma Faulstick as Nellie, Jim Szczesniak as Chief Sitting Bull, Rob Potempa as Charlie Davenport, Joan Mattingly as Fostina Wilson and Mrs.
Buffalo Bill Cody was quite the western icon and a man who certainly made his mark in history.
Like David Heaton, I also have a link to Buffalo Bill Cody. Years ago I interviewed an old chap who, as a Post Office boy, delivered a telegram to the Wild West star in 1904.
At the end of the 19th century, Buffalo Bill Cody was not the only entrepreneur to have a Wild West Show.
We walked in history' with Buffalo Bill Cody in Cody, Wyoming: with Matt Dillon in South Dakota.
He's a descendant of Buffalo Bill Cody, the fur-trapper, bison-hunter and gold-miner who started "Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show." So clearly, Pickren's love of the Wild West has deep roots—a fact that was obvious in his performance.
The American West was violent and home to such men was Buffalo Bill Cody, Wild Bill Hickock, Big Nose George, and the Hole in the Wall gang.
He drew on his memories of Buffalo Bill Cody's Wild West Show to create performances that thrilled youth and demonstrated his expert shooting and bullwhip skills.
Morgan, Harrison Gray Otis, Carl Laemmle, and Buffalo Bill Cody. The men were involved in early trade and commerce, agriculture and livestock, railroads and transportation, mineral extraction, manufacturing, finance and banking, and entertainment and communication from 1800 to 1920.
Visiting legends, from left, Buffalo Bill Cody, Lily Langtree and Harry Houdini
It's a withering village of 154 today, while Cody, Wyoming, located near the entrance to Yellowstone National Park and named for its founder, Buffalo Bill Cody, is a bustling hive for tourists.
They drink, gamble, and try their luck at an assortment of money-making schemes (including staging a gunfight with blanks in a Denver, Colorado, performance of Buffalo Bill Cody's Wild West Show) before joining Earp's brothers Virgil and Morgan in Tombstone, Arizona.
Once the darling of Victorian London, New York and Paris she settled for the more sedate life managing the Pinehurst Gun Club after she gave up touring the world with Buffalo Bill Cody's Wild West Show in 1901.