Old West Videos Archives

John Wayne McLintock WeathervaneFrom Dakota:
    “Our children and grandchildren came to visit Sunny and me over Thanksgiving.
   We were talking about the John Wayne McLintock Weathervane when someone said, “If it’s so great why don’t we make a commercial about it?”
   My grandson Kaine is a performer, so he was all for it. I wasn’t so sure, but I was drafted.”

To check out the classic McLintock Weathervane click HERE.

Old West TV – Charles M. Russell

On this episode of Chronicle of the Old West TV, Dakota Livesay shares the history of Old West artist Charles M. Russell.

Old West TV – Bose Ikard

Dakota Livesay gives us a history lesson about Bose Ikard. Bose Ikard was an African American who participated in the pioneering cattle drives on what became know as the Goodnight-Loving Trail, after the American Civil War and through 1869.

Old West TV – Apache Kid

Dakota Livesay tells the riveting story of the Apache Kid, who was a White Mountain Apache scout and later a notorious renegade active in the borderlands of the U.S. states of Arizona and New Mexico in the late 19th and possibly the early 20th centuries.

Old West TV – Bucky O’Neill

On this episode of Chronicle of the Old West TV Dakota Livesay tells us about Old West journalist and Rough Rider Bucky O’Neill. Bucky was portrayed in the film Rough Riders by Sam Elliot.

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