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In , Hickok was diagnosed by a doctor in Kansas City, Missouri , with glaucoma and ophthalmia. On March 5, , Hickok married Agnes Thatcher Lake, a year-old circus proprietor in Cheyenne , Wyoming Territory.
Hickok left his new bride a few months later, joining Charlie Utter 's wagon train to seek his fortune in the gold fields of South Dakota. Shortly before Hickok's death, he wrote a letter to his new wife, which read in part, "Agnes Darling, if such should be we never meet again, while firing my last shot, I will gently breathe the name of my wife—Agnes—and with wishes even for my enemies I will make the plunge and try to swim to the other shore.
Martha Jane Cannary, known popularly as Calamity Jane , claimed in her autobiography that she was married to Hickok and had divorced him so he could be free to marry Agnes Lake, but no records have been found that support her account.
The wagon train arrived in Deadwood in July When a seat opened up at the table, a drunk man named Jack McCall sat down to play. McCall lost heavily.
Hickok encouraged McCall to quit the game until he could cover his losses and offered to give him money for breakfast. Although McCall accepted the money, he was apparently insulted.
The next day, Hickok was playing poker again. He usually sat with his back to a wall so he could see the entrance, but the only seat available when he joined the game was a chair facing away from the door.
He twice asked another man at the table, Charles Rich, to change seats with him, but Rich refused. Take that! Hickok died instantly.
The bullet emerged through his right cheek and struck another player, riverboat Captain William Massie, in the left wrist.
Hickok was playing five-card stud or five-card draw when he was shot. He was holding two pairs: black aces and black eights although there is some dispute as to the suit of one of the aces, diamond vs.
The identity of the fifth card his " hole card " is also the subject of debate. McCall's motive for killing Hickok is the subject of speculation, largely concerning McCall's anger at Hickok's having given him money for breakfast the day before, after McCall had lost heavily.
McCall was summoned before an informal "miners' jury" an ad hoc local group of miners and businessmen. He claimed he was avenging Hickok's earlier slaying of his brother, which may have been true; a man named Lew McCall had indeed been killed by an unknown lawman in Abilene, Kansas , but whether or not the two McCall men were related is unknown.
After bragging about killing Hickok, McCall was rearrested. The second trial was not considered double jeopardy because of the irregular jury in the first trial and because Deadwood was at the time in unorganized Indian country.
The new trial was held in Yankton , the capital of the Dakota Territory. Hickok's brother, Lorenzo Butler, traveled from Illinois to attend the retrial.
McCall was found guilty and sentenced to death. Leander Richardson , a reporter, interviewed McCall shortly before his execution, and wrote an article about him for the April issue of Scribner's Monthly.
Lorenzo Butler Hickok spoke with McCall after the trial, and said McCall showed no remorse. As I write the closing lines of this brief sketch, word reaches me that the slayer of Wild Bill has been rearrested by the United State authorities, and after trial has been sentenced to death for willful murder.
He is now at Yankton, D. At the [second] trial it was suggested that [McCall] was hired to do his work by gamblers who feared the time when better citizens should appoint Bill the champion of law and order — a post which he formerly sustained in Kansas border life, with credit to his manhood and his courage.
Jack McCall was hanged on March 1, , and buried in a Roman Catholic cemetery. The cemetery was moved in , and when McCall's body was exhumed, the noose was found still around his neck.
Charlie Utter , Hickok's friend and companion, claimed Hickok's body and placed a notice in the local newspaper, the Black Hills Pioneer , which read:.
Died in Deadwood, Black Hills, August 2, , from the effects of a pistol shot, J. Hickock [ sic ] Wild Bill formerly of Cheyenne, Wyoming.
Funeral services will be held at Charlie Utter's Camp, on Thursday afternoon, August 3, , at 3 o'clock P.
All are respectfully invited to attend. Almost the entire town attended the funeral, and Utter had Hickok buried with a wooden grave marker reading:.
Wild Bill, J. Hickock [ sic ] killed by the assassin Jack McCall in Deadwood, Black Hills , August 2, Pard, we will meet again in the happy hunting ground to part no more.
Good bye, Colorado Charlie, C. Hickok is known to have fatally shot six men and is suspected of having killed a seventh McCanles.
Despite his reputation,  Hickok was buried in the Ingelside Cemetery, Deadwood's original graveyard. This cemetery filled quickly, and in , on the third anniversary of Hickok's original burial, Utter paid to move Hickok's remains to the new Mount Moriah Cemetery.
As a result, calcium carbonate from the surrounding soil had replaced the flesh, leading to petrifaction. One of the workers, Joseph McLintock, wrote a detailed description of the reinterment.
McLintock used a cane to tap the body, face, and head, finding no soft tissue anywhere. This made it difficult for the men to carry the remains to the new site.
The original wooden grave marker was moved to the new site, but by , it had been destroyed by souvenir hunters whittling pieces from it, and it was replaced with a statue.
This, in turn, was destroyed by souvenir hunters and replaced in by a life-sized sandstone sculpture of Hickok. This, too, was badly defaced, and was then enclosed in a cage for protection.
The enclosure was cut open by souvenir hunters in the s, and the statue was removed. Hickok is currently interred in a ft 3 m square plot at the Mount Moriah Cemetery, surrounded by a cast-iron fence, with a U.
A monument has been built there. Calamity Jane was reported to have been buried next to Hickok according to her dying wish. Four of the men on the self-appointed committee who planned Calamity's funeral Albert Malter, Frank Ankeney, Jim Carson, and Anson Higby later stated that, since Hickok had "absolutely no use" for Jane in this life, they decided to play a posthumous joke on him by laying her to rest by his side.
Hickok's favorite guns were a pair of Colt Navy Model. They had ivory grips and nickel plating, and were ornately engraved with "J. Hickok—" on the backstrap.
Hickok has remained one of the most popular and iconic figures of the American Old West , and is still frequently depicted in popular culture, including literature, film, and television.
Paramount Pictures ' Western silent film Wild Bill Hickok released on November 18, was directed by Clifford Smith and stars William S.
Hart as Hickok. The movie The Plainsman , starring Gary Cooper as Hickok, features the alleged romance between Calamity Jane and him as its main plot line.
It is a loose adaptation of Hickok's life, ending with his famous aces-and-eights card hand. A later film and subsequent stage musical , both titled Calamity Jane , also portray a romance between Calamity Jane and Hickok.
In the film version, Howard Keel co-stars as Hickok to Doris Day 's Calamity Jane. In the movie Little Big Man , Wild Bill Hickok was played by Jeff Corey.
The White Buffalo , starring Charles Bronson as Hickok, tells a tale of Hickok's hunt for a murderous white buffalo that follows him in his nightmares.
A highly fictional film account of Hickok's later years and death, titled Wild Bill , stars Jeff Bridges as Hickok and David Arquette as Jack McCall , and was written and directed by Walter Hill.
A semifictionalized version of Hickok's time as marshal of Abilene Kansas, titled Hickok , stars Luke Hemsworth as Hickok, Trace Adkins as the Bull's Head Saloon keeper Phil Coe, Kris Kristofferson as Abilene mayor George Knox , and Kaiwi Lyman-Mersereau as John Wesley Hardin.
It was written by Michael Lanahan and directed by Timothy Woodward Jr. A Screen Gems television series , The Adventures of Wild Bill Hickok , with Guy Madison in the starring role and Andy Devine as sidekick Pete "Jingles" Jones, ran for eight seasons from through , first in syndication and then on CBS for the last three seasons.
Two actors portrayed Hickok on the syndicated anthology series Death Valley Days. Charles Carlson was cast in the episode "The Truth Teller", which focuses on the Medicine Lodge Treaty of The segment concludes with Hickok's assassination by Jack McCall in a saloon in Deadwood.
Lloyd Bridges portrayed Hickok in an episode of The Great Adventure titled "Wild Bill Hickok - The Legend and the Man", which aired on January 3, Bridges' son, Jeff, also played Hickok years later in the film Wild Bill.
In the early s ABC television series Young Riders , a fictional account of Pony Express riders, Hickok is portrayed by Josh Brolin. In season one, episodes one-four of the HBO television drama series Deadwood , which aired from to , Hickok, portrayed by Keith Carradine , is shown arriving in Deadwood with Charlie Utter and Calamity Jane, with the Deadwood camp inhabitants aware of Hickok's celebrity status as a gunfighter and lawman.
The series portrays Hickok as a noble and benevolent peacekeeper, but also a self-destructive, compulsive gambler who is eventually murdered while playing poker and subsequently laid to rest in Deadwood's cemetery.
Hickok's birthplace is now the Wild Bill Hickok Memorial and is a listed historic site under the supervision of the Illinois Historic Preservation Agency.
The town of Deadwood, South Dakota, re-enacts Hickok's murder and McCall's capture every summer evening. At the time of this affair I was at a station farther west and reached this station just as Wild Bill was getting ready to go to Beatrice for his trial.
He wanted me to go with him, and as we started on our way, imagine my surprise and uncomfortable feeling when he announced his intention of stopping at the McCanles home.
I would have rather been somewhere else, but Bill stopped. He told Mrs. The trial did not last more than fifteen minutes.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For the American football player and industrialist, see Bill Hickok American football.
For other uses of "Wild Bill", see Wild Bill disambiguation. American folk hero and lawman. Homer, LaSalle County, Illinois present-day Troy Grove.
Deadwood , Lawrence County , Dakota Territory. Farmer vigilante drover lawman soldier scout actor. Agnes Thatcher Lake. Main article: McCanles Gang.
Main article: Wild Bill Hickok — Davis Tutt shootout. Jack McCall shot Hickok in the back of the head; the photo has been claimed to be of McCall, but is unsubstantiated and does not depict a man 24 years of age, as McCall was at the time of the murder.
The card hand held by Hickok at his death, now widely known as the " dead man's hand ". Arapaho Joe and Colorado Charlie Utter at Hickok's grave, photograph date unknown.
Main article: List of cultural depictions of Wild Bill Hickok. To be entitled to acquittal on the ground of self-defense, he must have been anxious to avoid a conflict, and must have used all reasonable means to avoid it.
If the deceased and defendant engaged in a fight or conflict willingly on the part of each, and the defendant killed the deceased, he is guilty of the offense charged, although the deceased may have fired the first shot.
It also reports the death of one and the wounding of a second railroad man by Indians near Fort Harker the two casualties are confirmed.
The report of the larger number of deaths may confuse this incident with another fight with Indians, at Fort Wallace , Kansas, in which a number of soldiers were killed and wounded.
For the Fort Wallace fight and casualties, see The Sun , July 15, In , ten years after Hickok's death, the dead man's hand was described as "three Jacks and a pair of Tens" in a North Dakota newspaper, which attributed the term to a specific game held in Illinois 40 years earlier, indicating Hickok's hand had yet to gain widespread popularity.
Eventually, Hickok's aces and eights became widely known as the dead man's hand. When Varnes could not be found, McCall then implicated Tim Brady in the plot.
Brady, like Varnes, had disappeared from Deadwood and could not be found. True West Magazine. In total, he directed fourteen different actors in Oscar-nominated performances: Barbara Stanwyck in Double Indemnity , Ray Milland in The Lost Weekend , William Holden in Sunset Boulevard and Stalag 17 , Gloria Swanson , Erich von Stroheim and Nancy Olson in Sunset Boulevard , Robert Strauss in Stalag 17 , Audrey Hepburn in Sabrina , Charles Laughton in Witness for the Prosecution , Elsa Lanchester in Witness for the Prosecution , Jack Lemmon in Some Like It Hot and The Apartment , Jack Kruschen in The Apartment , Shirley MacLaine in The Apartment and Irma la Douce and Walter Matthau in The Fortune Cookie.
Milland, Holden and Matthau won Oscars for their performances in Wilder films. Wilder mentored Jack Lemmon and was one of the first directors to pair him with Walter Matthau, in The Fortune Cookie Wilder had great respect for Lemmon, calling him the hardest working actor he had ever met.
Lemmon starred in seven of Wilder's films. Wilder opposed the House Un-American Activities Committee HUAC. Some anti-Communists wanted those in the cinema industry to take oaths of allegiance.
The Screen Directors Guild had a vote by show of hands. Only John Huston and Wilder opposed. Huston said, "I am sure it was one of the bravest things that Billy, as a naturalized German, had ever done.
There were to directors at this meeting, and here Billy and I sat alone with our hands raised in protest against the loyalty oath. Wilder was not affected by the Hollywood blacklist.
Of the blacklisted ' Hollywood Ten ' Wilder said, "Of the ten, two had talent, and the rest were just unfriendly.
Wilder reveled in poking fun at those who took politics too seriously. In Ball of Fire , his burlesque queen 'Sugarpuss' points at her sore throat and complains "Pink?
It's as red as the Daily Worker and twice as sore. Wilder is sometimes confused with director William Wyler. Both were German-speaking Jews with similar backgrounds and names.
However, their output as directors was quite different: Wyler preferred to direct epics and heavy dramas, while Wilder was noted for his comedies and film noir type dramas.
Wilder was recognized with the AFI Life Achievement Award in He has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Wilder became well known for owning one of the finest and most extensive art collections in Hollywood, mainly collecting modern art.
As he described it in the mids, "It's a sickness. I don't know how to stop myself. Call it bulimia if you want — or curiosity or passion. I have some Impressionists , some Picassos from every period, some mobiles by Calder.
I also collect tiny Japanese trees, glass paperweights, and Chinese vases. Name an object and I collect it.
By the early '90s, Wilder had amassed many plastic-artistic constructions, many of which were made in collaboration with artist Bruce Houston.
In , art dealer Louis Stern , a longtime friend, helped organize an exhibition of Wilder's work at his Beverly Hills gallery. Wilder married Judith Coppicus on December 22, The couple had twins, Victoria and Vincent born , but Vincent died shortly after birth.
They divorced in Wilder met Audrey Young at Paramount Pictures on the set of The Lost Weekend in , and she became his second wife on June 30, They stayed together until his death.
Wilder died in of pneumonia at the age of 95 after battling health problems,  including cancer, at his home in Beverly Hills, California.
He was interred in the Westwood Village Memorial Park Cemetery in Westwood, Los Angeles near Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau. Marilyn Monroe 's crypt is located in the same cemetery.
Wilder died the same day as two other comedy legends: Milton Berle and Dudley Moore. The next day, French newspaper Le Monde titled its front-page obituary, "Billy Wilder dies.
Nobody's perfect. Wilder holds a significant place in the history of Hollywood censorship for expanding the range of acceptable subject matter. He is responsible for two of the film noir era's most definitive films in Double Indemnity and Sunset Boulevard.
Along with Woody Allen and the Marx Brothers , he leads the list of films on the American Film Institute's list of funniest American films with five films written as well as having the honor of holding the top spot on it with Some Like it Hot.
Also on the list are The Apartment and The Seven Year Itch which he directed, and Ball of Fire and Ninotchka which he co-wrote.
The American Film Institute has ranked four of Wilder's films among their top American films of the 20th century : Sunset Boulevard no.
For the tenth anniversary edition of their list , the AFI moved Sunset Boulevard to No. But I just believe in Billy Wilder Wilder received twenty one nominations at the Academy Awards ; thirteen for his screenwriting, and eight for his direction.
He won the Academy Award for Best Director for The Lost Weekend , and The Apartment The former was named the Best American Film at the Cannes Film Festival , and the latter also won him the BAFTA Award for Best Film.
Wilder garnered eight Directors Guild of America Award nominations with the sole win for his work on The Apartment. He received seven nominations at the Golden Globe Awards , winning Best Director for The Lost Weekend and Sunset Boulevard He won seven Writers Guild of America Awards including two Laurel Awards for Screenwriting Achievement.
He garnered lifetime achievement awards including the Irving G. Thalberg Memorial Award , the BAFTA Fellowship , the David O. Selznick Achievement Award in Theatrical Motion Pictures , and the Honorary Golden Bear from the Berlin International Film Festival.
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The Fifty Greatest Movies Never Made , New York: St. American Film Institute.Billy Wilder war ein österreichischer Drehbuchautor, Filmregisseur und Filmproduzent, der nach seiner Emigration die US-amerikanische Staatsbürgerschaft annahm. Billy Wilder (* Juni als Samuel Wilder in Sucha, Galizien, Österreich-Ungarn; † März in Los Angeles, Kalifornien) war ein österreichischer. Billy Wild - Intégrale (eleathershop.com) | Céka, Griffon, Guillaume | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch Amazon. Prime Video. 0,00 € mit einer Prime-Mitgliedschaft. In der Hauptrolle: Fred MacMurray, Barbara Stanwyck, Edward G. Robinson, et al. Regie: Billy Wilder.
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