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As Featured in: The Historical Photography of Dr. Edward H. Latham



As Featured in: The Right of the People to Keep and Bear Arms Shall Not be Infringed


As Featured in: Tonto, the Man Who Saved the Lone Ranger


As Featured in: Who Was That Masked Man? Celebrating the Lone Ranger


As Featured in: Dick Fellows - the Horseless Outlaw


As Featured in: How Henry Stanley Found Dr. Livingstone in Africa By Way of the American Frontier


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As Featured in: Introducing Pearl Hart, Female Outlaw


As Featured in: The Sights, Smells, and Experience of the Old West


As Featured in: The Story of Big Nose Kate


As Featured in: The Story of Bloody Bill Anderson (part 2)



As Featured in: Lonesome Dove, The Miniseries


As Featured in: Connecting the Dots Between Bloody Bill Anderson and the Quantrill Raiders




As Featured in: The Story of Bloody Bill Anderson (part 1)


As Featured in: Ghost Towns of the West


As Featured in: Gunfighters of Renown


As Featured in: The Story of 'Calamity Jane'


Books About Calamity Jane


As Featured in: Denzel Washington in "The Magnificent Seven" (2016)


As featured in: Remembering Sky King

As featured in: The Battle of Wounded Knee Creek


As featured in: The Best: Roy Rogers & Dale Evans

As featured in: Whatever Happened to the Cast of Gunsmoke?

James Arness (born James King Aurness, May 26, 1923 – June 3, 2011) was an American actor, best known for portraying Marshal Matt Dillon for 20 years in the CBS television series Gunsmoke. Arness has the distinction of having played the role of Dillon in five separate decades: 1955 to 1975 in the weekly series, then in Gunsmoke: Return to Dodge (1987) and four more made-for-television Gunsmoke films in the 1990s. In Europe, Arness reached cult status for his role as Zeb Macahan in the western series How the West Was Won. He was the older brother of actor Peter Graves. For more info on James Arness, click here.


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