The Bull-Dogger

The Bull-Dogger


Hand pulled lithograph.  (AFI 100 American Movie Poster Classics) Includes certificate of authenticity.


Bill Pickett was a Texas cattle wrangler.  The son as well as husband to former slaves, Pickett invented the cowboy practice of “Bull-dogging,” the skill of grabbing cattle by the horns and wrestling them to the ground.  He joined Buffalo Bill’s wild west show and took part in this 1921 film by Richard E. Norman. Includes certificate of authenticity.

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Weight .10 lbs
Dimensions 36 x 3 x 6 in
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