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I Killed Wild Bill Hickok (June 16, 1956)

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I Killed Wild Bill Hickok
 

Released on June 16, 1956: Johnny Rebel, aka Johnny Savage, shoots it out with corrupt Sheriff Wild Bill Hickock.

Produced by Johnny Carpenter

Directed by Richard Talmadge

The Actors: Johnny Carpenter (Johnny Rebel, aka Johnny Savage), Helen Westcott (Belle Longtree), Tom Brown (Wild Bill Hickock), Virginia Gibson (Anne James), Denver Pyle (Jim Baily), Frank 'Red' Carpenter (Ring Pardo), I. Stanford Jolley (Henry Longtree), R.J. Thomas (Tommy), Roy Canada (Nato), Harvey B. Dunn (Doc Reed), Bill Chaney (Tex), Bron Dellar (Arizona Kid), Phil Barton (Pancho), William Mims (Dan), Billy Dean (Bronco), Lee Sheldon (Kate Savage), Bill Coontz (henchman), Hal Hopper (Rebel man), Whitey Hughes (henchman)

 
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Aces and Eights

In 1979 James Butler Hickok, known as Wild Bill Hickok, was inducted into the Poker Hall of Fame . . . who knew that there was a hall of fame for poker? Anyway, Wild Bill was shot in the back while playing poker with a hand that held two black aces and two black eights . . . known forevermore as the Dead Man's Hand. On August 2, 1876, Wild Bill Hickok was 39 years old and was playing poker at Nuttal & Mann's Saloon in Deadwood, in the Black Hills of the Dakota Territory, with his back to the room. Two times he asked another player who had his back to the wall if he would change seats with him, and two times poker player Charles Rich refused. A buffalo hunter called Crooked Nose Jack McCall quietly walked into the saloon and went behind Wild Bill Hickok and shot him in the back, killing him. A trial was held and Crooked Nose Jack was acquitted, but was later tried a second time and sentenced to death. Now . . . this 1956 movie is similar to that event in only one way . . . a character named Wild Bill Hickok dies at the end. Hollywood movies always take a few liberties when telling a true story, but this gunslinger adventure goes all the way, showing us an exciting shootout on main street between Wild Bill Hickock and Johnny Savage, aka Johnny Rebel, a good old boy who fought in the Civil War and doesn't like guns anymore . . . until he is forced to shoot it out with the corrupt Sheriff Wild Bill Hickock . . . OK . . . you won't see a slice of American history in this cowboy adventure, but the horses are handsome, the women are pretty, and the tough guys are ready for action, so pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with warm melted butter on it and enjoy the show.

Denver Pyle and Bron Dellar
Denver Pyle and Bron Dellar
Denver Pyle and Harvey P. Dunn
Denver Pyle and Harvey P. Dunn
Denver Pyle, Tom Brown, Virginia Gibson and I. Stanford Jolley
Denver Pyle, Tom Brown, Virginia Gibson and I. Stanford Jolley
Denver Pyle and Tom Brown
Denver Pyle and Tom Brown
Helen Westcott and Harvey B. Dunn
Helen Westcott and Harvey B. Dunn
Helen Westcott and I. Stanford Jolley
Helen Westcott and I. Stanford Jolley
Helen Westcott and Johnny Carpenter
Helen Westcott and Johnny Carpenter
Helen Westcott
Helen Westcott
I. Stanford Jolley, Denver Pyle and Tom Brown
I. Stanford Jolley, Denver Pyle and Tom Brown
I. Stanford Jolley and Helen Westcott
I. Stanford Jolley and Helen Westcott
I. Stanford Jolley and Johnny Carpenter
I. Stanford Jolley and Johnny Carpenter
I. Stanford Jolley and Tom Brown
I. Stanford Jolley and Tom Brown
Johnny Carpenter and Helen Westcott
Johnny Carpenter and Helen Westcott
Johnny Carpenter
Johnny Carpenter
Roy Canada and Virginia Gibson
Roy Canada and Virginia Gibson
Tom Brown and Denver Pyle
Tom Brown and Denver Pyle
Tom Brown and William Mims
Tom Brown and William Mims
Tom Brown as Wild Bill Hickok, ready to shoot
Tom Brown as Wild Bill Hickok, ready to shoot
Tom Brown
Tom Brown
Virginia Gibson and Denver Pyle
Virginia Gibson and Denver Pyle