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28th Nov '17 2:26:37 PM ChaoticNovelist
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* Cat R. Waul of ''WesternAnimation/AnAmericanTail: Fievel Goes West'' is of the villainous variety.

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* Cat R. Waul of ''WesternAnimation/AnAmericanTail: Fievel Goes West'' is of the villainous variety.
variety, as his saloon is used as a powerbase for his ultimate plan. However, he ''also'' wants to make it a good saloon, which is why he hires the mouse with the enchanting voice (Tanya) as his personal diva.
28th Nov '17 2:24:37 PM ChaoticNovelist
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The Saloon or the WretchedHive is where all men and women gather after a rough day out in the west, to make sure the place keeps the taps a flowing, the dancers dancing and the wenches wenching. The Saloon Owner is the guy to turn to. He is often connected to almost everything that goes on within the pub from the BountyHunter who just came by for quick respite being finding his quarry, the RailroadBaron who has come to get frisky with one of the dancers or TheGunslinger who just busted several jawbones. The Saloon owner is a pimp, crime boss, and owner of an ill establishment.

The Saloon owner has two different varieties, sometimes he is the somewhat sympathetic owner of a pub and is willing to help the sheriff or the protagonist out for the right price. Other times he is a ruthless bastard who cares nothing but power and is the de facto mayor of the town and this is his barracks as the clients are more than willing to help him for free service.

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The Saloon or the WretchedHive is where all men and women gather after a rough day out in the west, to make sure the place keeps the taps a flowing, the dancers dancing and the wenches wenching. The Saloon Owner is the guy to turn to. He is often connected to almost everything that goes on within the pub from the BountyHunter who just came by for quick respite being finding his quarry, the RailroadBaron who has come to get frisky with one of the dancers or TheGunslinger who just busted several jawbones. The Saloon owner is a pimp, crime boss, and owner of an ill establishment.

The Saloon owner has two different varieties, sometimes he is the somewhat sympathetic owner of a pub and is willing to help the sheriff or the protagonist (or some other heroic character) out for the right price. Other times he is a ruthless bastard who cares for nothing but power and is the de facto mayor of the town and this is his barracks as the clients are more than willing to help him for free service.
28th Oct '17 8:31:35 PM Actua11y
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The Saloon or the WretchedHive is where all men and women gather after a rough day out in the west, to make sure the place keeps the taps a flowing, the dancers dancing and the wenches wenching. The Saloon Owner is the guy to turn to. He is often connected to almost everything that goes within the pub from the BountyHunter who just came by for quick respite being finding his quarry, the RailroadBaron who has come to get frisky with one of the dancers or TheGunslinger who just busted several jawbones. The Saloon owner is pimp, crime boss and owner of an ill establishment.

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The Saloon or the WretchedHive is where all men and women gather after a rough day out in the west, to make sure the place keeps the taps a flowing, the dancers dancing and the wenches wenching. The Saloon Owner is the guy to turn to. He is often connected to almost everything that goes on within the pub from the BountyHunter who just came by for quick respite being finding his quarry, the RailroadBaron who has come to get frisky with one of the dancers or TheGunslinger who just busted several jawbones. The Saloon owner is a pimp, crime boss boss, and owner of an ill establishment.



See also: MissKitty. May overlap with TheBartender, but usually the bartender is hired help.

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See also: MissKitty. May overlap with TheBartender, but usually usually, the bartender is hired help.



* Skinny, from ''Film/{{Unforgiven}}''. [[spoiler: Decides to put Ned's corpse on display (or was told to by Little Bill), prompting Clint Eastwood to blow him down with a shotgun and deliver one of the best lines of his career: "He should've armed himself, if he's gonna decorate his saloon with my friend." ]]

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* Skinny, from ''Film/{{Unforgiven}}''. [[spoiler: Decides [[spoiler:Decides to put Ned's corpse on display (or was told to by Little Bill), prompting Clint Eastwood to blow him down with a shotgun and deliver one of the best lines of his career: "He should've armed himself, if he's gonna decorate his saloon with my friend." ]]



* Lou and Becky from ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 2}}'' are the Pub Owners in Redding and The Den. Compared to their competition, they are tough yet honest. Lou actually lampshades you on how the hooker you just bought out is merely using the money to buy more jet. However the rest are usually much less honest and honorable.

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* Lou and Becky from ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 2}}'' are the Pub Owners in Redding and The Den. Compared to their competition, they are tough yet honest. Lou actually lampshades {{Lampshades}} you on how the hooker you just bought out is merely using the money to buy more jet. However However, the rest are usually much less honest and honorable.
20th Apr '17 6:25:07 PM Gamermaster
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* Lou and Becky from ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 2}}'' are the Pub Owners in Redding and The Den. Compare to their competition, they are tough yet honest. Lou actually lampshades you on how the hooker you just bought out is merely using the money to buy more jet. However the rest are usually much less honest and honorable.

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* Lou and Becky from ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 2}}'' are the Pub Owners in Redding and The Den. Compare Compared to their competition, they are tough yet honest. Lou actually lampshades you on how the hooker you just bought out is merely using the money to buy more jet. However the rest are usually much less honest and honorable.
29th May '16 12:05:15 AM JulianLapostat
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* Creator/JoanCrawford's Vienna from ''Film/JohnnyGuitar'' is one of the most iconic protagonist examples in Western films, with a sympathetic and tragic backstory moreover. She was [[spoiler:a moll to gunslinger Johnny Logan who abandoned her, leaving her to find work as a showgirl and prostitute until she saved enough money to become a legitimate competent businesswoman. Vienna takes so much pride in her work that even when her saloon is targeted by the vengeful and evil posse, she pays off her employees and resolves to stay in the saloon and go down with her ship]].
* Milt, the owner/operator of the saloon in ''Film/{{Tombstone}}'' where the Earp brothers set up their card game. He really only has one scene and doesn't do much; he's mostly memorable for not believing Wyatt when he introduces himself.



* Milt, the owner/operator of the saloon in ''Film/{{Tombstone}}'' where the Earp brothers set up their card game. He really only has one scene and doesn't do much; he's mostly memorable for not believing Wyatt when he introduces himself.
12th Mar '16 3:44:38 PM GrammarNavi
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* Mr. [=McGarrity=] in ''ATreeGrowsInBrooklyn'' owns the saloon where Johnny Nolan indulges his alcoholism. He's a JadedWashout type with rotten kids (he wanted a "refined" family and it's specifically mentioned that he ''hoped'' his children would be ashamed of him for owning a saloon; instead, they're proud) and a wife who fits the typical female mold of this character and cheats on him with the patrons. To combat the disappointment of all this, he begins to live vicariously through Johnny, listening to his stories about his wife and children and pretending they're his own, and even tries ineffectually to get in with Katie after Johnny dies.

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* Mr. [=McGarrity=] in ''ATreeGrowsInBrooklyn'' ''Literature/ATreeGrowsInBrooklyn'' owns the saloon where Johnny Nolan indulges his alcoholism. He's a JadedWashout type with rotten kids (he wanted a "refined" family and it's specifically mentioned that he ''hoped'' his children would be ashamed of him for owning a saloon; instead, they're proud) and a wife who fits the typical female mold of this character and cheats on him with the patrons. To combat the disappointment of all this, he begins to live vicariously through Johnny, listening to his stories about his wife and children and pretending they're his own, and even tries ineffectually to get in with Katie after Johnny dies.
9th Mar '15 11:09:49 AM Divra
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See also: MissKitty.

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See also: MissKitty.
MissKitty. May overlap with TheBartender, but usually the bartender is hired help.
1st Feb '15 6:45:41 AM TheUnsquished
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* Quark in DeepSpaceNine is a futuristic version, with synthehol for booze and holosuites instead of prostitutes.

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* Quark in DeepSpaceNine ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'' is a futuristic version, with synthehol for booze and holosuites instead of prostitutes.
11th Dec '13 9:38:08 PM appointmentwithdensity
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* Quark in DeepSpaceNine is a futuristic version, with synthehol for booze and holosuites instead of prostitutes.
16th Nov '13 2:36:55 PM erforce
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* Milt, the owner/operator of the saloon in ''{{Tombstone}}'' where the Earp brothers set up their card game. He really only has one scene and doesn't do much; he's mostly memorable for not believing Wyatt when he introduces himself.

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* Milt, the owner/operator of the saloon in ''{{Tombstone}}'' ''Film/{{Tombstone}}'' where the Earp brothers set up their card game. He really only has one scene and doesn't do much; he's mostly memorable for not believing Wyatt when he introduces himself.
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