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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: It's easier sliding up Niagara Falls than it is to understand a woman.

Calamity Jane: Tip your hat when you speak to a lady!
Wild Bill Hickok: I will... when I speak to a lady.

Calamity Jane: You're a mule-headed man, Bill Hickok.

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"Lux Radio Theater" broadcast a 60 minute radio adaptation of the movie onMay 31, 1937 with Jean Arthur reprising her film role.
Paramount executives wanted Wild Bill Hickok to survive the card-game shootout, but Cecil B. DeMille resisted and got his way.
The cavalry sequences were shot with members of the Wyoming National Guard. Two guardsmen were badly hurt during filming of a charge scene.
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