Wishing Well - The Bat Mastersons - The Bat Mastersons (CD, Album)

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  1. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about The Bat Mastersons - The Bat Mastersons at Discogs. Complete your The Bat Mastersons collection/5(2).
  2. William Barclay "Bat" Masterson Peace officer, gambler, sports writer. Born: November 26, , Quebec. Died: October 25, , New York City. The Canadian family that settled on an acre farm some 14 miles northeast of Wichita about was no different than any of the thousands of others who came to this new land to improve their lot in life.
  3. Oct 01,  · By the early s, the name of Bat Masterson was well known in the West. Although he took occasional peace officer jobs, his major occupation was gambling. He was a prominent member of the “sporting” crowd, the denizens of the saloons and honky-tonks, the dancehalls and theaters, the gambling halls and brothels, that were the frontier’s.
  4. They called him Bat, Bat Masterson. Now in the legend of the west, One name stands out of all the rest. The man who had the fastest gun, His name was Bat, Bat Masterson. Bat Masterson Tidbits. Bat Masterson (Gene Barry) was a smooth talking, dapper enforcer of the law in the s. He carried a gold-tipped cane which hid a sword.
  5. Jul 11,  · No known photos of Bat Masterson show him with a cane, although he did receive a gold-headed cane in when he was named the most popular man in Dodge City, Kansas. Biographer Robert K. DeArment adds, “I have never seen an authenticated cane belonging to Bat Masterson. I doubt if a cane exists that can be proven to have been carried by Bat.
  6. Bat Masterson, along with many other historical figures of the time, is a character in the novel The Buntline Special () by Mike Resnick. Dell Comics published a short-lived comic book based on the television series. The first issue was published as Four Color Comics #, followed by Bat Masterson #2–9 (–). All the issues had.
  7. Directed by Allen H. Miner. With Gene Barry, H.M. Wynant, Joan O'Brien, Donna Martell. Pawnee renegade Stone Calf and his braves have taken two white girls captive in a raid. The Army is leaving to back up Custer so Bat is asked to rescue the sisters. He reluctantly agrees to do it when his female friends pressures him.

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