Thanks for asking, but while I have read a lot about the Old West most of Dallas Cowboys Stitch Ready For The Football Battle NFL Shirt, where perhaps not really cowboys if you consider that they are not well known for driving cattle, or working with cattle. For example, Billy the Kid and John Wesley Hardin were both cowboys at one time or another, but are more notable for other pursuits. Billy was especially noted for participating in the Lincoln County War. I think that it is common for most people—myself included sometimes—to lump everybody who carried a six-gun and rode a horse as being a cowboy. To that end, I would like to name some honorable mentions, concerning those who have portrayed the Old West in movie roles.
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Slim Pickens who was given that name when he first became a Dallas Cowboys Stitch Ready For The Football Battle NFL Shirt. He deserves mention for the way he walks and the way he talks. He walks as if he was seldom if ever not on a horse, and he always had such a down to earth way of talking. Whether the movie be South Pacific Trail, or Dr. Stangelove, or his role in Spielberg’s 1941, Pickens is a great cowboy. John Wayne: You might not like him, you might hate his movies, but to me he is a great cowboy, and there is no way I am not going to list him. He always portrayed a good man, who stuck up for his friends no matter what. Sure, he was no saint in real life, but his characters were always straight forward, and he turned down good paying roles for the sake of maintaining a positive image. And, concerning sainthood, he is a lot closer than some of the clowns making headlines in the entertainment industry today, that’s for sure.