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Time stands still when bullets fly and answers lie hidden beneath the settling smoke. The greatest gunfights and their notorious characters come to life in "Deadly Shootouts". From the wild shootout at the O.K. Corral seen in Tombstone to Bonnie and Clyde's infamous rampage depicted countless times in TV and movies, the series exposes the truth behind the conflicts that have inspired Hollywood. The bloodstained pages of history are written by the hands of those left standing through modern ballistic tests, forensic analysis and stylized recreations of the most famous shootouts of all time.
One of the deadliest shootouts of the gangster era unfolds as the bullets fly in Joplin, Missouri, transforming Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow from petty crooks into criminal legends. Through ballistic tests, forensic analysis and stylized recreations, we examine this legendary shootout and separate fact from Hollywood fiction.
When federal agents swarm the suspected hideout of the ruthless and heavily armed Barker-Karpis gang, they trigger one of the most sensational and prolonged gunfights in the gangster era. Through ballistic tests, forensic analysis and stylized recreations, we examine this legendary shootout and separate fact from Hollywood fiction.
Carlos Hathcock is considered the best sniper that ever lived.
Six criminals in one the most formidable prisons stage a breakout; the Marine's attempt to take back control leads to a three-day incident that becomes one of the bloodiest escape attempts in the history of Alcatraz.
A year-long feud in the frontier town of Tombstone leads to 30 seconds of lead-fueled fury; forensic analysis separates the facts of the Shootout at the OK Corral from the Hollywood glorification.
Armed and furious townspeople fight the James-Younger gang in the fall of 1897 when they aim to rob a local bank.
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