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A beautiful bag by any standard, I just think I am more impartial to the film than the bag, what do you think?
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Climbing to history….
Audiences were promised to be “thrilled and mesmerized” by Bea’s work in the saddle.
In many of the films actress Anne Jeffreys made for Republic Pictures she played a damsel in perilous situations.
The Loyal Gambler
Among the seat of male gamblers was one woman, everyone called her Poker Alice.
This man has captured the Wild West and put it on paper!
Two of the most ferocious dance-hall girls in Alaska’s gold rush region in 1898, were Oregon Mare and Grizzly Bear.
Miss Adams was the first actress to appear at the Melodeon Theatre in Virginia City, Nevada.
A Wild West wedding to remember!
One of the most glamorous and perhaps most tragic of the “glamour girls” of the West was also a Union spy during the Civil War.
You could tell by the way Hazel Elizabeth Hickey Moore dressed when she was growing up she was a cowgirl
Dreams come true on this wild west adventure!
“A man’s got to have a code, a creed to live by, no matter his job.” — John Wayne
Wild west and high fashion is your new favorite combo!
Belle Starr checked to make sure the pair of six-guns she was carrying was loaded before she proceeded across a dusty road…
Can you keep up with these cowgirls?
The West has been glamorized in many films, leaving people wishing they had grown up in a different era…
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