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* RevolversAreJustBetter: One episode featured an outlaw being undone by the complexities of the safety on a semi-auto pistol.

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* RevolversAreJustBetter: One episode featured an outlaw being undone by the complexities of the safety on a one of them new-fangled semi-auto pistol.pistols.


A Documentary Series from Creator/TheHistoryChannel. Ran from 2003 to 2005. This series explores the technology of TheWildWest.
Hosted first by Creator/KeithCarradine then by David Carradine, it features just about all of the Wild West tropes one would have encountered in RealLife in the Old West. A variety of historians and experts on The Old West act as TalkingHeads and fill in more info on the event/person/technology under discussion.

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A Documentary Series from Creator/TheHistoryChannel. Ran from 2003 to 2005. This series explores the technology of TheWildWest. \n Hosted first by Creator/KeithCarradine then by David Carradine, Creator/DavidCarradine, it features just about all of the Wild West tropes one would have encountered in RealLife in the Old West. A variety of historians and experts on The Old West act as TalkingHeads and fill in more info on the event/person/technology under discussion.


* CoolTrain: At least one episode spends time examining the tech and troubles associated with travel by rail on the frontier.



* TwilightOfTheOldWest: This gets some discussion with events occurring during the 20th century.

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* TwilightOfTheOldWest: This gets some discussion with events occurring during the early 20th century.



* VigilanteExecution: Was occasionally known to involve the entire community.

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* VigilanteExecution: Was occasionally known to involve the entire community.
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* ExactWords: In 1866, [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_J._Fetterman Capt. Fetterman]] said that with 80 good soldiers with him, he could "...run roughshod over the Sioux Nation". Pursuing a retreating band of attackers, he and his 80 man company were ambushed and killed by an opposing force... of 80 Sioux warriors.

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* ExactWords: In 1866, [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_J._Fetterman Capt. Fetterman]] said that with 80 good soldiers with him, he could "...run roughshod over the Sioux Nation". Pursuing a retreating band of attackers, he and his 80 man company were ambushed and killed by an opposing force... of 80 Sioux warriors.


A Documentary Series from TheHistoryChannel. Ran from 2003 to 2005. This series explores the technology of TheWildWest.

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A Documentary Series from TheHistoryChannel.Creator/TheHistoryChannel. Ran from 2003 to 2005. This series explores the technology of TheWildWest.


* {{Outlaw}}: At least one fugitive per episode.

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* OpenMouthInsertFoot: One commenter made this statement about [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_J._Fetterman Capt. Fetterman]] in 1866. Fetterman said that with 80 good soldiers with him, he could "...run roughshod over the Sioux Nation". Pursuing a retreating band of attackers, he and his 80 man company were ambushed and killed.
* {{Outlaw}}: At least one fugitive per episode. Often more.


* OutOfCharacterIsSeriousBusiness: Usually Dave will end on some wise crack evolving the last segment. But in Massacres II, he basically just says he needs a drink, before laminating on how we've seen the absolute worst of humanity and no matter what, a massacre is not the solution.

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* OutOfCharacterIsSeriousBusiness: Usually Dave will end on some wise crack evolving involving the last segment. But in Massacres II, he basically just says [[INeedADrink he needs a drink, drink]], before laminating lamenting on how we've seen the absolute worst of humanity and no matter what, a massacre is not the solution.

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* OutOfCharacterIsSeriousBusiness: Usually Dave will end on some wise crack evolving the last segment. But in Massacres II, he basically just says he needs a drink, before laminating on how we've seen the absolute worst of humanity and no matter what, a massacre is not the solution.


Hosted first by Keith Carradine then by David Carradine, it features just about all of the Wild West tropes one would have encountered in RealLife in the Old West. A variety of historians and experts on The Old West act as TalkingHeads and fill in more info on the event/person/technology under discussion.

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Hosted first by Keith Carradine Creator/KeithCarradine then by David Carradine, it features just about all of the Wild West tropes one would have encountered in RealLife in the Old West. A variety of historians and experts on The Old West act as TalkingHeads and fill in more info on the event/person/technology under discussion.


* USMarshall: Often the only law in The WildWest. Not always readily available.

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* USMarshall: USMarshal: Often the only law in The WildWest. Not always readily available.


* USMarshal: Often the only law in The WildWest. Not always readily available.

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* USMarshal: USMarshall: Often the only law in The WildWest. Not always readily available.


* {{U. S. Marshall}}: Often the only law in The WildWest. Not always readily available.

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* {{U. S. Marshall}}: USMarshal: Often the only law in The WildWest. Not always readily available.


* U.S.Marshall: Often the only law in The WildWest. Not always readily available.

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* U.S.Marshall: {{U. S. Marshall}}: Often the only law in The WildWest. Not always readily available.


* USMarshall: Often the only law in The WildWest. Not always readily available.

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* USMarshall: U.S.Marshall: Often the only law in The WildWest. Not always readily available.

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