Directed By: Jonathan Demme
Written By: Thomas Harris (novel) Ted Tally (screenplay)
I distinctly remember the first time I saw this movie. 1,054 more words
At the midpoint of our trip when we were half-way from Georgia to Washington State, we had our first obstacle to overcome. The previous day had been full of rough roads from construction in Nebraska and we were looking towards less jolting and smooth roads in Wyoming with the Grand Tetons as our destination that day. 2,732 more words
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The leader who had inadvertently assembled one of the largest-ever Native gatherings on the plains was Sitting Bull. He had created the white man’s alarm by leading his people off the reservation to avoid starvation.
While doing research on the Pony Express a few years ago, I often saw references to Joy S. Kasson’s, Buffalo Bill’s Wild West: Celebrity, Memory and Popular History… 694 more words