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12th Nov '16 6:16:57 PM nombretomado
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* Charles Goodnight, a RealLife CattleBaron, appears as a heroic character in several of JTEdson's novels.

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* Charles Goodnight, a RealLife CattleBaron, appears as a heroic character in several of JTEdson's Creator/JTEdson's novels.
12th Nov '16 4:42:25 PM nombretomado
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* John Chisum was an actual Cattle Baron during the 1870s/1880s. He was portrayed by JohnWayne in ''Film/{{Chisum}}'' and Creator/JamesCoburn in ''Film/YoungGuns 2''.

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* John Chisum was an actual Cattle Baron during the 1870s/1880s. He was portrayed by JohnWayne Creator/JohnWayne in ''Film/{{Chisum}}'' and Creator/JamesCoburn in ''Film/YoungGuns 2''.
12th Nov '16 4:41:46 PM nombretomado
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* JohnWayne's characters in ''Film/RedRiver'' and ''Film/{{Chisum}}''.

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* JohnWayne's Creator/JohnWayne's characters in ''Film/RedRiver'' and ''Film/{{Chisum}}''.
29th Dec '15 8:05:00 AM Morgenthaler
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* "Class of '57" by TheStatlerBrothers: One of the classmates, John (in the final verse) is one of these ("''John is big in cattle''" ).

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* "Class of '57" by TheStatlerBrothers: Music/TheStatlerBrothers: One of the classmates, John (in the final verse) is one of these ("''John is big in cattle''" ).
8th Nov '15 10:01:51 AM Orome
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* JohnWayne's character in ''Film/RedRiver''.

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* JohnWayne's character characters in ''Film/RedRiver''.''Film/RedRiver'' and ''Film/{{Chisum}}''.
6th Nov '15 7:17:10 PM Orome
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* John Chisum was an actual Cattle Baron during the 1870s/1880s. He was portrayed by JohnWayne in ''Chisum'' and Creator/JamesCoburn in ''Film/YoungGuns 2''.

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* John Chisum was an actual Cattle Baron during the 1870s/1880s. He was portrayed by JohnWayne in ''Chisum'' ''Film/{{Chisum}}'' and Creator/JamesCoburn in ''Film/YoungGuns 2''.
3rd Oct '15 1:24:44 AM foxley
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** In fact, whenever wealthy people from "El Llano" (the venezuelan flatlands) appear in ''[[SoapOpera Telenovelas]]'' they tend not only to represent this trope, but reference ''Doña Bárbara'' in a way or another.

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** In fact, whenever wealthy people from "El Llano" (the venezuelan Venezuelan flatlands) appear in ''[[SoapOpera Telenovelas]]'' they tend not only to represent this trope, but reference ''Doña Bárbara'' in a way or another.



* Pete Thornton appears as one in the two ''Series/MacGyver'' dream episodes set in the WildWest: "Serenity" and "[=MacGyver=]'s Women".

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* Pete Thornton appears as one in the two ''Series/MacGyver'' [[CowboyEpisode dream episodes episodes]] set in the WildWest: "Serenity" and "[=MacGyver=]'s Women".
* ''Series/FrontierCircus'': One attempts to drive a peaceful religious settlement off their land in "The Good Fight". After he gets cold feet, his foreman murders him and uses his widow to keep the scheme going.
1st Sep '15 2:44:49 PM Korados
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A CattleBaron is the {{Rancher}} writ large. Instead of owning one regular-sized ranch, the Cattle Baron will own several ranches, possibly in more than one state, or a county-sized one with many thousand head of cattle. He (or very rarely she) will be one of the wealthiest people in the territory or state, and one of the biggest employers.

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A CattleBaron Cattle Baron is the {{Rancher}} writ large. Instead of owning one regular-sized ranch, the Cattle Baron will own several ranches, possibly in more than one state, or a county-sized one with many thousand head of cattle. He (or very rarely she) will be one of the wealthiest people in the territory or state, and one of the biggest employers.
10th Jun '15 2:17:49 PM Abodos
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* The eponymous character of ''Film/McLintock'' is the BenevolentBoss variant. He started out as a rancher and worked long and hard so his wife and daughter would prosper. He uses his considerable influence to resist the machinations of an ObstructiveBureaucrat and stand up for the local Comanche.
14th May '15 3:35:53 AM Morgenthaler
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* Creator/PatrickStewart's character in ''The King of Texas'', a Western version of ''Theatre/KingLear''.
* Spencer Tracy's character in ''Broken Lance'', also a western version of ''King Lear''.
* JohnWayne's character in ''RedRiver''.

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* Creator/PatrickStewart's character in ''The King of Texas'', ''Film/TheKingOfTexas'', a Western version of ''Theatre/KingLear''.
* Spencer Tracy's character in ''Broken Lance'', ''Film/BrokenLance'', also a western version of ''King Lear''.
* JohnWayne's character in ''RedRiver''.''Film/RedRiver''.
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