History Main / TheWildWest

10th Sep '16 9:45:49 PM MrNickelodeon
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* The former show, ''The Wild Wild Wild West Stunt Show'' at the Ride/UniversalStudios parks.
7th Sep '16 12:18:15 AM MrNickelodeon
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* Frontierland in the Ride/DisneyThemeParks.
* The western sequence on ''Ride/TheGreatMovieRide''.

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* At the Ride/DisneyThemeParks:
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Frontierland in the Ride/DisneyThemeParks.
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Disneyland parks.
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The western sequence on ''Ride/TheGreatMovieRide''.''Ride/TheGreatMovieRide''.
** In the Paris and Anaheim versions of ''Ride/ItsASmallWorld'', the United States is shown in its Old West days.
2nd Sep '16 8:35:55 PM MeekGazelle
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* Music/{{Gangstagrass}}, the band who did the theme song for ''Series/{{Justified}}'', have many Western BoastfulRap songs, like "[[https://youtu.be/ex1Aymc8B_I Quickdraw]]" and "[[https://youtu.be/94zblhgNWGI Gunslinging Rambler]]"
25th Aug '16 7:34:52 AM FlyingDuckManGenesis
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* ''TazInEscapeFromMars'' has Mexico, which serves as the fourth world, and the first one that deviates from the game's SpaceZone theme. The first act has Taz jumping across a cattle drive, and the boss of the world is [[WesternAnimation/BullyForBugs Toro the Bull]], whom Taz fights as a BullFightBoss.

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* ''TazInEscapeFromMars'' ''VideoGame/TazInEscapeFromMars'' has Mexico, which serves as the fourth world, and the first one that deviates from the game's SpaceZone theme. The first act has Taz jumping across a cattle drive, and the boss of the world is [[WesternAnimation/BullyForBugs Toro the Bull]], whom Taz fights as a BullFightBoss.
25th Aug '16 7:32:55 AM FlyingDuckManGenesis
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* ''TazInEscapeFromMars'' has Mexico, which serves as the fourth world, and the first one that deviates from the game's SpaceZone theme. The first act has Taz jumping across a cattle drive, and the boss of the world is [[WesternAnimation/BullyForBugs Toro the Bull]], whom Taz fights as a BullFightBoss.
13th Aug '16 6:58:44 PM FlyingDuckManGenesis
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* The second level of ''VideoGame/TinyToonAdventuresBusterBustsLoose'' takes place in a western town, featuring The Coyote Kid (from the TV series episode, "High Toon") and his henchmen as enemies. Here, Montana Max is in the progress of robbing a safe, and the second half of the level takes place [[LocomotiveLevel on a runaway train]] to chase after him.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventures'' games:
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The second level of ''VideoGame/TinyToonAdventuresBusterBustsLoose'' ''[[VideoGame/TinyToonAdventuresBusterBustsLoose Buster Busts Loose]]'' takes place in a western town, featuring The Coyote Kid (from the TV series episode, "High Toon") and his henchmen as enemies. Here, Montana Max is in the progress of robbing a safe, and the second half of the level takes place [[LocomotiveLevel on a runaway train]] to chase after him.him.
** In ''Tiny Toon Adventures 2: Montana's Movie Madness'' for the UsefulNotes/GameBoy, the first stage takes place in a western movie. Enemies include Roderick Rat clones dressed like cowboys and buzzards. The boss of the stage is Montana Max dressed as a cowboy.
** In the UsefulNotes/GameBoy version of ''Wacky Sports'', in Carnival Mode, Fifi La Fume's mini-game is a water-squirting challenge that takes place in a western town, where the player must hit as many Roderick Rat targets as they can, whilst avoiding Sweetie Bird, Concord Condor, and Little Beeper.
22nd Jul '16 4:27:46 PM Goldfritha
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* TorchesAndPitchforks: The lynch mob, ready and willing to dispense the death penalty without trial.

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* TorchesAndPitchforks: The lynch mob, ready and willing to dispense the death penalty without trial. Sometimes a desperate enforcement of justice in a land far from the law; sometimes a murder attempt that the Sheriff must protect a prisoner from. The more settled a region is, the worse the mob will be viewed. (Since you could bring in the law.)
21st Jul '16 8:18:04 PM Goldfritha
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* TorchesAndPitchforks: The lynch mob, ready and willing to dispense the death penalty without trial.
28th May '16 12:09:01 AM Morgenthaler
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* [[{{Badass}} Badass Tropes]]:
** BadassBandolier: Especially during the Mexican Revolution.
** BadassBeard
** BadassLongcoat: One could argue this fashion arose from the long duster coats which were commonly worn in this period, and which mythical cowboys--and cool guys in general--have been wearing ever since.
** BadassMustache

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* [[{{Badass}} Badass Tropes]]:
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BadassBandolier: Especially during the Mexican Revolution.
** * BadassBeard
** * BadassLongcoat: One could argue this fashion arose from the long duster coats which were commonly worn in this period, and which mythical cowboys--and cool guys in general--have been wearing ever since.
** * BadassMustache
26th May '16 7:04:21 AM HeraldAlberich
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->''"I love the West. I read a lot about the West, and I'm shocked, I'm ashamed that in pictures they have not made the true story of the winning of the West -- comprising 90 percent foreigners, 100 percent laborers, nothing to do with guns. Streets, mountains, roads, bridges, streams, forests -- that's the winning of the West to me. Hard! Tremendous, tremendous fight. But we have, as you know [instead], cowboys and indians and all that."''
-->-- '''Creator/SamuelFuller''', director of three westerns.

The American Old West was the land west of the Mississippi River roughly in or around the latter half of the nineteenth century; specifically we might start it at the California [[GoldFever Gold Rush]] of 1848 and end it at the U.S. Census Bureau's official recognition in 1890 [[EndOfAnAge of the end of the frontier]]. This setting is home to a definitively American genre almost as stylized and standardized as ''CommediaDellArte''. The Wild West is basically the ThemeParkVersion or fictionalization of this setting. It has its own set of specialized subtropes, including a wide assortment of [[WesternCharacters stock character types]] and its own specialized locations.

TheThemeParkVersion of the old west is a land of Indians, grizzled prospectors, scenic bluffs, Conestoga wagons, tough, shotgun-toting pioneers and buxom, be-feathered dance-hall girls. Also home to very lucrative [[SoftGlass sugar glass]] and balsa-wood chair industries, judging by the number of {{bar brawl}}s which occur during a single episode of a typical western series. [[{{Villains}} Bad guys]] and [[AntiHero anti-heroes]] wear black hats, good guys and sheriffs wear white hats, shootouts on Main Street occur with the frequency of at least one an hour -- with the sun at high noon each time -- and everyone drinks sarsaparilla or whiskey.

The real Old West was nothing like TheThemeParkVersion (which was originally the creation of 19th-century "dime novels"). There weren't any huge shootouts, quickdraw duels were rare, and gun duels and violent gun-wielding criminals weren't exclusive to desert-like "western" areas. Plus, since many guns were very inaccurate in those days, they sometimes tended to happen in significantly closer quarters than they do in fiction. The average Western town had 1.5 murders per year, and most of those weren't done with guns (due to the West having a relative small population that those in the East). Carrying guns in these towns would rather get you arrested than shot, and you were much more likely to die from diseases like cholera, dysentery, and tuberculosis, or in an accident like being dragged by your own horse than being killed in raging gunfights or getting scalped by Indians. Although by means, it was still a lawless and violent era, with three major 19th American wars taking place in the frontier (Mexican-American war, Civil War and American Indian Wars) and also other range wars, bandit attacks and feuds. Not to mention that courts were almost non-existent, so settlers substitute it with vigilance committees, which were more focused on lynching people than doing any law practices. The Wild West was not so wild -- it was actually more simple and boring, in fact.

See also TheWestern. A popular subject of TheParody, and surprisingly popular outside America. Frequently overlaps with TheSavageSouth. DawnOfTheWildWest is a sub-trope set during the time period just before the WildWest. TwilightOfTheOldWest is about the dying embers of the WildWest flickering out during the early years of the NewOldWest. May overlap with SettlingTheFrontier. Largely occurs contemporaneously with TheGildedAge.

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->''"I love the West. I read a lot about the West, and I'm shocked, I'm ashamed that in pictures they have not made the true story of the winning of the West -- comprising West--comprising 90 percent foreigners, 100 percent laborers, nothing to do with guns. Streets, mountains, roads, bridges, streams, forests -- that's forests--that's the winning of the West to me. Hard! Tremendous, tremendous fight. But [instead] we have, as you know [instead], know, cowboys and indians Indians and all that."''
-->-- '''Creator/SamuelFuller''', director of three westerns.

Westerns.

The American Old West was the land west of the Mississippi River roughly in or around the latter half of the nineteenth century; specifically we might start it at the California [[GoldFever Gold Rush]] of 1848 and end it at the U.S. Census Bureau's official recognition in 1890 [[EndOfAnAge of the end of the frontier]]. This setting is home to TheWestern, a definitively American genre almost as stylized and standardized as ''CommediaDellArte''. The Wild West is basically the ThemeParkVersion or fictionalization of this setting. It has its own set of specialized subtropes, including a wide assortment of [[WesternCharacters stock character types]] and its own specialized locations.

TheThemeParkVersion of the old west is a land of Indians, grizzled prospectors, scenic bluffs, Conestoga wagons, tough, shotgun-toting pioneers and buxom, be-feathered dance-hall girls. Also home to very lucrative [[SoftGlass sugar glass]] and balsa-wood chair industries, judging by the number of {{bar brawl}}s which occur during a single episode of a typical western series. [[{{Villains}} Bad guys]] and [[AntiHero anti-heroes]] wear black hats, good guys and sheriffs wear white hats, shootouts on Main Street occur with the frequency of at least one an hour -- with hour--with the sun at high noon each time -- and time--and everyone drinks sarsaparilla or whiskey.

The real Old West was nothing like TheThemeParkVersion (which was originally the creation of 19th-century "dime novels"). There weren't any huge shootouts, quickdraw duels were rare, and gun duels and violent gun-wielding criminals weren't exclusive to desert-like "western" areas. Plus, since many guns were very inaccurate in those days, they sometimes tended to happen in significantly closer quarters than they do in fiction. The average Western town had 1.5 murders per year, and most of those weren't done with guns (due to the West having a relative relatively small population that those in compared to the East). Carrying guns in these towns would rather was more likely to get you arrested than shot, and you were much more likely to die from diseases like cholera, dysentery, and tuberculosis, or in an accident like being dragged by your own horse horse, than being to be killed in a raging gunfights gunfight or getting get scalped by Indians. Although by means, it was still a lawless and violent era, with three major 19th 19th-century American wars taking place in the frontier (Mexican-American (the Mexican-American war, the Civil War and the American Indian Wars) and also other range wars, bandit attacks and feuds. Not to mention that courts were almost non-existent, so settlers substitute it substituted with vigilance committees, which were more focused on lynching people than doing any law practices. The But overall, the Wild West was not so wild -- it wild--it was actually more simple and boring, in fact.

See also TheWestern.TheWestern (the genre of works which largely take place in this setting). A popular subject of TheParody, and surprisingly popular outside America. Frequently overlaps with TheSavageSouth. DawnOfTheWildWest is a sub-trope set during the time period just before the WildWest. Wild West. TwilightOfTheOldWest is about the dying embers of the WildWest Wild West flickering out during the early years of the NewOldWest. May overlap with SettlingTheFrontier. Largely occurs contemporaneously with TheGildedAge.






** BadassLongcoat: One could argue this fashion arose from the long duster coats which were commonly worn in this period, and which mythical cowboys -- and cool guys in general -- have been wearing ever since.

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** BadassLongcoat: One could argue this fashion arose from the long duster coats which were commonly worn in this period, and which mythical cowboys -- and cowboys--and cool guys in general -- have general--have been wearing ever since.



* TheDrifter / KnightErrant
* FeudingFamilies: The Hatfield-[=McCoy=] feud is the most famous example of two families fighting one another to the death. Interestingly enough, their descendants have reconciled and strongly distanced themselves from their violent predecessors. Still, all stories set in the Wild West that depict a rivalry between two families will be based on them.

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* TheDrifter / KnightErrant
TheDrifter
* FeudingFamilies: The Hatfield-[=McCoy=] Hatfield–[=McCoy=] feud is the most famous example of two families fighting one another to the death. Interestingly enough, their descendants have reconciled and strongly distanced themselves from their violent predecessors. Still, all stories set in the Wild West that depict a rivalry between two families will be based on them.



* GunsAkimbo: A JustifiedTrope -- with the single-action revolvers of the period, it was quicker to fire one gun, then fire the second while you were cocking the first. It was just as inaccurate as it is today, though.

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* GunsAkimbo: A JustifiedTrope -- with JustifiedTrope--with the single-action revolvers of the period, it was quicker to fire one gun, then fire the second while you were cocking the first. It was just as inaccurate as it is today, though.



* HangingJudge: Roy Bean is a historical example, though his legend has been exaggarated.

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* HangingJudge: Roy Bean is a historical example, though his legend has been exaggarated.exaggerated.



* KnightErrant: The "wandering gunslinger" variation.



* QuickDraw: A trope that shows up in the ShowdownAtHighNoon

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* QuickDraw: A trope that shows up in the ShowdownAtHighNoonShowdownAtHighNoon.



** In general, most depictions of classic cowboys in media show them as disproportionally white. While there obviously were white cowboys, there was also a much higher percentage of black, Asian, Latin, and Native American cowboys than is typically portrayed in the media.

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** In general, most depictions of classic cowboys in media show them as disproportionally disproportionately white. While there obviously were white cowboys, there was also a much higher percentage of black, Asian, Latin, and Native American cowboys than is typically portrayed in the media.



* TheSavageSouth: Typically there is more lawlessness and danger in the southern areas than the northern ones. This is especially common in the unrest of the years following The Civil War.

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* TheSavageSouth: Typically there is more lawlessness and danger in the southern areas than the northern ones. This is especially common in the unrest of the years following The the Civil War.



* TheSheriff: Even though sheriffs have existed since the Middle Ages most people automatically think of a sheriff as depicted in the cowboy era, with a big moustache and a star badge on his chest.

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* TheSheriff: Even though sheriffs have existed since the Middle Ages Ages, most people automatically think of a sheriff as depicted in the cowboy era, with a big moustache and a star badge on his chest.



* SmokingBarrelBlowout

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* SmokingBarrelBlowoutSmokingBarrelBlowout: Gunbarrels are more likely to smoke in the first place than in later eras with higher quality gunpowder.



* ThrowawayGuns: Revolvers are slow to reload, so a good gunfighter will have several to draw from as the previous goes empty.
* WantedPoster: Expect to see them allover town, especially if the bad man featured on it is the BigBad, one of his henchmen, or at least relevant to the plot. In some cases even the good guy might end up on one if he's been wrongly accused and needs to prove his innocence

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* ThrowawayGuns: Revolvers are slow to reload, so a good gunfighter will have several to draw from as the previous goes go empty.
* WantedPoster: Expect to see them allover all over town, especially if the bad man featured on it is the BigBad, one of his henchmen, or at least relevant to the plot. In some cases even the good guy might end up on one if he's been wrongly accused and needs to prove his innocence innocence.






!!Works that are set in this time period are:

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!!Works that are set in this time period are:
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** Although, interestingly, not in the movie. It's apparently set in the Wild South, unless Jonah's horse is extraordinarily fast- he travels from the Old-West-style town he's in to the villain's lair in about a day. The villain's lair is an old confederate fort, on the Atlantic coast.

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** Although, interestingly, not in the movie. It's apparently set in the Wild South, unless Jonah's horse is extraordinarily fast- he fast--he travels from the Old-West-style town he's in to the villain's lair in about a day. The villain's lair is an old confederate Confederate fort, on the Atlantic coast.



* Creator/MarvelComics had a number of Western heroes, including the Rawhide Kid, the Two-Gun Kid (who got unstuck in time and briefly became an [[Comicbook/TheAvengers Avenger]]) and the original Comicbook/GhostRider (who dressed up as a ghost, not the guy with the flaming skull). In the modern age, a miniseries called ''Blaze Of Glory'' revived those characters to show their final days.

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* Creator/MarvelComics had a number of Western heroes, including the Rawhide Kid, the Two-Gun Kid (who got unstuck in time and briefly became an [[Comicbook/TheAvengers Avenger]]) and the original Comicbook/GhostRider (who dressed up as a ghost, not the guy with the flaming skull). In the modern age, a miniseries called ''Blaze Of of Glory'' revived those characters to show their final days.



* ''ComicBook/SuskeEnWiske'': The stories "Bibbergoud", "De TexasRakkers", "De Gouden Locomotief", "De Bevende Baobab",... all take place in TheWildWest.
* ''ComicStrip/{{Nero}}'': "De Bende Van De Zwarte Kous", "Het Ei van October", "Het Groene Vuur",... all take place in TheWildWest.

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* ''ComicBook/SuskeEnWiske'': The stories "Bibbergoud", "De TexasRakkers", "De Gouden Locomotief", "De Bevende Baobab",... all take place in TheWildWest.
the Wild West.
* ''ComicStrip/{{Nero}}'': "De Bende Van De Zwarte Kous", "Het Ei van October", "Het Groene Vuur",... all take place in TheWildWest.the Wild West.



* Pick a Western. ''Any'' Western...

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* Pick See IndexOfFilmWesterns for a Western. ''Any'' Western...more complete list.



* ''Film/TheLifeAndTimesOfJudgeRoyBean'' is an interesting partial inversion - it actually is set from the 1890's to the early 1920's, yet plays the Western trope very straight. Bonus points for being actually based on a true story, showing that The Wild West was able to [[TwilightOfTheOldWest partially live on into the 20th century.]]

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* ''Film/TheLifeAndTimesOfJudgeRoyBean'' is an interesting partial inversion - it inversion--it actually is set from the 1890's 1890s to the early 1920's, 1920s, yet plays the Western trope very straight. Bonus points for being actually based on a true story, showing that The Wild West was able to [[TwilightOfTheOldWest partially live on into the 20th century.]]century]].



* ''Film/McCabeAndMrsMiller'' which averts the typical old Hollywood version of the West.

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* ''Film/McCabeAndMrsMiller'' ''Film/McCabeAndMrsMiller'', which averts the typical old Hollywood version of the West.



* ''Film/{{Unforgiven}}'', a revival/{{Reconstruction}} of the genre after ''Film/HeavensGate'' killed it dead about 15 years before

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* ''Film/{{Unforgiven}}'', a revival/{{Reconstruction}} of the genre after ''Film/HeavensGate'' killed it dead about 15 years beforebefore.



* See also WesternLiterature.



* DimeNovel inventor FrankReade had quite a few adventures out West.

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* DimeNovel inventor FrankReade Creator/FrankReade had quite a few adventures out West.



* See also WesternSeries.



* Ethan Chandler in Creator/{{Showtime}}'s GothicHorror series ''Series/PennyDreadful'' is the star of a traveling [[TheWildWest Wild West]] Show.

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* Ethan Chandler in Creator/{{Showtime}}'s GothicHorror series ''Series/PennyDreadful'' is the star of a traveling [[TheWildWest Wild West]] West Show.



* A single episode of ''Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries'' ("Spectre of the Gun") put the main cast at the gunfight at the OK Corral.
** A TNG episode saw Lt Worf and son in a holodeck simulation set in this era.

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* ''Franchise/StarTrek'':
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A single episode of ''Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries'' ("Spectre ("[[Recap/StarTrekS3E6SpectreOfTheGun Spectre of the Gun") Gun]]") put the main cast at the gunfight at the OK Corral.
** A TNG ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'' episode saw Lt Worf and son in a holodeck simulation set in this era.



* ''Series/WagonTrain'' (''Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries'' was originally conceived as being, in Gene Roddenberry's own words, ''Series/WagonTrain To The Stars''.)

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* ''Series/WagonTrain'' (''Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries'' was originally conceived as being, in Gene Roddenberry's own words, ''Series/WagonTrain To The Stars''.)"WagonTrainToTheStars.")



* ''Series/WildWestTech'': This show isn't so much set in this time and place as discuss this time and place. And the technology to be found there.

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* ''Series/WildWestTech'': This show isn't so much set in this time and place as discuss discusses this time and place. And the technology to be found there.



* Ethan Chandler in Creator/{{Showtime}}'s GothicHorror series ''Series/PennyDreadful'' is the star of a traveling [[TheWildWest Wild West]] Show.

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* Ethan Chandler in Creator/{{Showtime}}'s GothicHorror series ''Series/PennyDreadful'' is the star of a traveling [[TheWildWest Wild West]] Show.



* Music/TheBonzoDogBand's "Bad Blood", from ''Let's Make Up and Be Friendly'', is another Western revenge tale and AffectionateParody of Music/JohnnyCash.

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* Music/TheBonzoDogBand's "Bad Blood", from ''Let's Make Up and Be Friendly'', is another Western revenge tale and an AffectionateParody of Music/JohnnyCash.



* Also played for laughs in ''Pinball/CactusCanyon''

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* Also played for laughs in ''Pinball/CactusCanyon''''Pinball/CactusCanyon''.



* ''Frontierland'' in the Ride/DisneyThemeParks

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* ''Frontierland'' Frontierland in the Ride/DisneyThemeParksRide/DisneyThemeParks.



* Ride/TweetsieRailroad in Boone, North Carolina is a mix between this trope and CoolTrain

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* Ride/TweetsieRailroad in Boone, North Carolina is a mix between this trope and CoolTrain
CoolTrain.



* In ''VideoGame/TheAdventuresOfLomax'', the third world is like this, complete with cowboy enemies.
* ''VideoGame/{{Bastion}}'' evokes this with its old-timey narrator and most of the soundtrack, which is full of banjos and the occasional voiced song that sounds like a traditional folk song.



* ''VideoGame/TroubleInTerroristTown'': Technically if you go on the Mogz server hosted in the UK on the maps de_westwood and cs_desperados the modern guns have been replaced by western ones. However they do not have auto reload which means once your clip is dry(Shotgun 7 shells, DoubleBarrel 2 shells, LeverRifle 5 bullets and 1 bullet for the sharps and six for either the colt or peacemaker) you have to pistol whip your opponent or get out of range and reload.



* ''VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas'' takes place mainly in the Mojave, and outside of Vegas itself, mostly resides here. You can even take a perk named 'Cowboy' to make your .45-70 lever-action deadlier than a triple plasma rifle.
* ''VideoGame/FistfulOfFrags'' is a multiplayer first-person shooter based on the Source Engine. Its most prominent feature is the effect that period weaponry has on a typical FPS death-match arena. The weapons are slow, clunky, but very powerful, placing a greater emphasis on landing your shots.
* ''VideoGame/FreddyPharkasFrontierPharmacist''



* ''VideoGame/LethalEnforcers II: Gun Fighters''
* A couple of ''Videogame/MountAndBlade'' {{Game Mod}}s, especially ''[[Videogame/EighteenSixtySixAMountAndBladeWestern 1866: A Mount & Blade Western]]''.
* ''VideoGame/{{Outlaws}}''
* ''VideoGame/PlantsVsZombies2ItsAboutTime'': One of the time periods takes place in the wild west, featuring minecart rails that help the player move their plants around, as well as western-themed zombies--cowboys, prospectors, saloon pianists, rodeo bulls, and... [[TheLastOfTheseIsNotLikeTheOthers chicken wranglers]].



* ''VideoGame/{{Outlaws}}''

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* ''VideoGame/{{Outlaws}}''''VideoGame/SlyCooperThievesInTime'' has the Cotton Mouth Bluff world, complete with coyote[=/=]{{jackalope}}[=/=]steer guards, a huge train moving through the world, a SmallNameBigEgo armadillo sheriff, [[FrothyMugsOfWater sarsparilla bars]], and the guncane-toting "Tennessee Kid" Cooper. TheCaper of the world is even a train robbery.



* ''VideoGame/WildArms'' series combines western tropes with a StandardFantasySetting. How Western the series is varies per game.
* ''VideoGame/{{Bastion}}'' evokes this with its old-timey narrator and most of the soundtrack, which is full of banjos and the occasional voiced song that sounds like a traditional folk song.
* ''VideoGame/FreddyPharkasFrontierPharmacist''
* ''VideoGame/LethalEnforcers II: Gun Fighters''
* A couple of ''Videogame/MountAndBlade'' {{Game Mod}}s, especially ''[[Videogame/EighteenSixtySixAMountAndBladeWestern 1866: A Mount & Blade Western]]''.
* ''VideoGame/SlyCooperThievesInTime'' has the Cotton Mouth Bluff world, complete with coyote[=/=]{{jackalope}}[=/=]steer guards, a huge train moving through the world, a SmallNameBigEgo armadillo sheriff, [[FrothyMugsOfWater sarsparilla bars]], and the guncane-toting "Tennessee Kid" Cooper. TheCaper of the world is even a train robbery.
* ''VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas'' takes place mainly in the Mojave, and outside of Vegas itself, mostly resides here. You can even take a perk named 'Cowboy' to make your .45-70 lever-action deadlier than a triple plasma rifle.
* ''VideoGame/FistfulOfFrags'' is a multiplayer first-person shooter based on the Source Engine. Its most prominent feature is the effect that period weaponry has on a typical FPS death-match arena. The weapons are slow, clunky, but very powerful, placing a greater emphasis on landing your shots.
* In ''VideoGame/TheAdventuresOfLomax'', the third world is like this, complete with cowboy enemies.



* ''VideoGame/PlantsVsZombies2ItsAboutTime'': One of the time periods takes place in the wild west, featuring minecart rails that help the player move their plants around, as well as western-themed zombies- cowboys, prospectors, saloon pianists, rodeo bulls, and... [[TheLastOfTheseIsNotLikeTheOthers chicken wranglers]].

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* ''VideoGame/PlantsVsZombies2ItsAboutTime'': One of ''VideoGame/TroubleInTerroristTown'': Technically if you go on the time periods takes place Mogz server hosted in the wild west, featuring minecart rails that help UK on the player move their plants around, as well as western-themed zombies- cowboys, prospectors, saloon pianists, rodeo bulls, and... [[TheLastOfTheseIsNotLikeTheOthers chicken wranglers]].
maps de_westwood and cs_desperados the modern guns have been replaced by western ones. However they do not have auto reload which means once your clip is dry (Shotgun 7 shells, DoubleBarrel 2 shells, LeverRifle 5 bullets and 1 bullet for the sharps and six for either the colt or peacemaker) you have to pistol whip your opponent or get out of range and reload.
* The ''VideoGame/WildArms'' series combines western tropes with a StandardFantasySetting. How Western the series is varies per game.



* Several ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' episodes, usually the ones starring Yosemite Sam. Examples inxlude:

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* Several ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' episodes, usually the ones starring Yosemite Sam. Examples inxlude:include:
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