But the job is tougher than he thought, and after talking with old pal Wyatt Earp and cowboy movie star William S. Hart in Hollywood, Masterson becomes resigned to his legend with all its inaccuracies. Wyatt teams with sportswriter 'Bat' Masterson , and the well-organized Italian gangs are no match for the two aged but steely-eyed former frontier lawmen.
Robert K. DeArment
Leaders of a lawless Kansas cattle town offer the job of town marshall to an ex-buffalo hunter, who is reluctant to take the job. Black-and-white TV series that ran for six seasons. Captures the spirit of the legend, if not the facts. Directed by Fred F.
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Padded blue cloth over boards with title in gilt on cover above pasted-in photograph of Masterson. Gilt text on spine. No dust jacket. There is a slight upward bow to the front board. Otherwise boards are clean and sharp. Text block is clean and spine is tight.
The lawman had a reputation to protect—but that reputation shifted after he moved East
Signed by the author on title page. A well-researched history of Masterson's years in New York City supplemented with numerous black-and-white photographs. Signed by Author s.
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