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From Custer's Last Stand and the Battle ofLittle Big Horn to the gunfight at the OK Corral and death of Jesse James, thisis a history of the West like no other."Tony Robinson's WildWest" uses exclusive, never-before-seen 3D stereoscopicphotographs to expose the untold story of the Wild West, and reveal the truestories of the men and women who tamed the American wilderness. This three partdocumentary charts the 50 year period that began at the end of the AmericanCivil War in 1865, when all the western territories in America were opened upto be exploited.Throughout the series, Tony, a huge fan of western movies,investigates the clashes between the native American tribes and pioneers, namelythe famous ‘Last Stand' of General Custer at Little Big Horn. He examines the infamous western bandits, including Butch Cassidy and Jesse James, often glorified in Hollywood's latter-day spaghetti westerns, to find out if the films he grew up with relate to the reality of the Old West.
Finally Tony looks at how the west was won, focusing on the pioneers that capitalised on the opportunities of the West, one of which was the renowned Buffalo Bill, the world's first global superstar.
In the first episode, Tony looks at the clashes between the native Indian tribes and Americans, namely the famous ‘Last Stand' of General Custer at Little Big Horn. Whilst this was the one and only battle the Sioux ever won against the Americans, it led to the total destruction of their people and culture, from which they never recovered.
In the second episode of this Discovery series, Tony Robinson is uncovering the real stories behind some of the most notorious figures in the Wild West. Tonight, the former Time Team presenter looks at outlaws and lawmen, examining the infamous western bandits often glorified in Hollywood's latter-day spaghetti westerns, including Butch Cassidy and Jesse James.
In the final episode, Tony looks at how the west was won, focusing on the pioneers that capitalized on the opportunities of the West, one of which was the renowned Buffalo Bill, the world's first global superstar.
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