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The Plainsman Overview:

The Plainsman (1936) was a Western - Biographical Film directed by Cecil B. DeMille and produced by Cecil B. DeMille, William LeBaron and William H. Pine.

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Wild Bill Hickok: This is a big country and trails cross... sometimes.


Wild Bill Hickok: [to Calamity Jane] Indians will sell anything. They might sell you!


Wild Bill Hickok: [Seeing McCall smoking a cigarette] Hey! Your toothpick is on fire!


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Film debut of Hank Worden.
2,000 Indian actors were used as extras for the Custer massacre sequence.
John Wayne very much wanted the role of Wild Bill Hickok, which he felt certain would make him a star, but director Cecil B. DeMille wanted Gary Cooper instead.
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