Entdecke die Filmstarts Kritik zu "Ich, Tom Horn" von William Wiard: Der Western „Ich, Tom Horn“ (im Original schlicht „Tom Horn“) und der Action-Thriller „The. Der gealterte Texas-Ranger Tom Horn lässt sich als Weidedetektiv für Wyomings Rinderbarone anheuern. Als er mit rigoroser Selbstjustiz vorgeht, wird ihm der. Tom Horn ist bis heute in einigen Teilen des amerikanischen Westens unvergessen, vor allem in Wyoming, wo er als Auftragsmörder gehängt wurde. Dazwischen.
Die Filmstarts-Kritik zu Ich, Tom HornIch, Tom Horn (Originaltitel: Tom Horn) ist ein US-amerikanischer Western von William Wiard aus dem Jahr mit Steve McQueen in der Hauptrolle. Der Film. Entdecke die Filmstarts Kritik zu "Ich, Tom Horn" von William Wiard: Der Western „Ich, Tom Horn“ (im Original schlicht „Tom Horn“) und der Action-Thriller „The. Based upon a true story that occurred in the late 19th century. Tom Horn, a no nonsense type person was falsely accused of a capital crime which he did not.
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Numerous editions have been published in the late 20th century. Horn has since become a larger-than-life figure of western folklore, and debate continues as to whether he was actually guilty of Nickell's murder.
Thomas Horn, Jr. Horn, Sr. The family owned acres bisected by the South Wyaconda River between the towns of Granger and Etna.
Tom was the fifth of twelve children. The dog was tragically killed when the young Tom got into a fight with two boys, who beat Tom and killed the dog with a shotgun.
At sixteen, Horn headed to the American Southwest , where he was hired by the U. Cavalry as a civilian scout, packer and interpreter under Al Sieber during the Apache Wars.
Horn did a great job in his work for the army, and soon rose through the ranks. In one instance, as the army was crossing Cibecue Creek, they were ambushed by Apaches warriors positioned on high ground.
Desperate, Sieber ordered Horn and another scout, Mickey Free , to break away and return fire from a hill. Together with the soldiers, the men managed to repel the attack.
George H. Morgan slipped through the banks opposite the Apache line and provided covering fire for the cavalry, as well as killing a number of Apache warriors.
Horn was a respected scout by then, known for going out alone in reconnaissance missions as well as helping track down Geronimo 's major stronghold.
Horn allegedly killed his first man in a duel [ when? After the war, Horn used what he earned to build his own ranch in his return to Aravaipa Canyon in Arizona.
His ranch consisted of cattle and 26 horses, and he also laid claim in the Deer Creek Mining District near the canyon.
Unfortunately, it was short-lived, as cattle thieves stormed his ranch one night and stole all his stock, leaving a tremendous loss and bankruptcy for Horn.
This incident would mark Horn's hatred and disdain for thieves, which would lead to his entering the profession of range detective.
Horn wandered and took jobs as a prospector , ranch hand and rodeo contestant, but he is most notorious for being hired by numerous cattle companies as a cowboy and hired gun to watch over their cattle and kill any suspected rustlers.
Horn developed his own means to fight thieves: "I would simply take the calf and such things as that stopped the stealing.
I had more faith in getting the calf than in courts. Horn would often give a warning first to those he suspected of rustling, and was said to have been a "tremendous presence" whenever he was in the vicinity.
He didn't stop, but went straight on up the creek in plain sight of everyone. All he wanted was to be seen, as his reputation was so great that his presence in a community had the desired effect.
Within a week three settlers in the neighborhood sold their holdings and moved out. That was the end of cattle rustling on the North Laramie.
Historians have not established which side he worked for, and both sides suffered several killings for which no known suspects were ever identified.
As a deputy sheriff, Horn drew the attention of the Pinkerton National Detective Agency due to his tracking abilities.
Tom Horn , a legendary frontier scout and tracker who helped capture Geronimo , drifts around the quickly disappearing western frontier. The story begins as he rides into a small town and provokes prizefighter Jim Corbett , ending up in a livery stable, unconscious and badly bruised.
Cattle company owner John Coble finds Horn in the livery and offers him the use of his ranch to recuperate. He also offers him work investigating and deterring cattle rustlers who steal from the grazing association to which Coble belongs.
He implies that the association will support Horn in implementing vigilante justice. Horn accepts the offer and receives the approval of U.
Calling himself a "stock detective," Horn confronts cowboys at an auction whose cattle bear Coble's brand.
After giving them fair warning, he goes on a one-man crusade to kill or otherwise drive off anyone who rustles the cattle of his benefactors. Stablehand as Elisha Cook Roy Jenson Lee Mendenhour James Kline Arlo Chance Geoffrey Lewis Walter Stoll Harry Northup Thomas Burke Steve Oliver Ora Haley Bert Williams Judge Bobby Bass Edit Storyline A renowned former army scout is hired by ranchers to hunt down rustlers but finds himself on trial for the murder of a boy when he carries out his job too well.
Taglines: They hired him to tame the West Edit Did You Know? Goofs At he beginning of the horse-breaking scene the horse's hair is a mess and covered in mud.
Once the horse is lassoed, the horse is suddenly clean and brushed. At the conclusion of the scene, as it runs away, the horse is muddy again. Alternate Versions UK cinema and video versions were cut by 39 secs by the BBFC to remove a horse-fall and to edit a scene of a man's head being blasted during a gunfight.
The DVD release restores some cuts and is only missing 6 secs of the horse-fall. Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Report this.
Add the first question. Wilcox Train Robbery. Murder for Welfare. Killing of Willie Nickell. Tom Horn Testifies.
A Confession? Tom Horn's Trial. Tom Horn Hanged. It was during this period that he perfected his skills with firearms and tracking. By , Tom was in the employ of the Pinkerton Detective Agency and tasked with tracking and finding various suspected lawbreakers.
He was quite proficient at this, however, he lost his job because, more often than not, his targets were dispatched on the spot instead of returned to the courts for justice.
From to , Horn worked as an "enforcer" for the large cattle interests in Colorado and Wyoming. He was charged with the task of tracking down and "dealing justice" to those suspected of stealing cattle or encroaching on their range.
Horn was on such a mission on the morning of July 18, in the Iron Mountain region of south-eastern Colorado. His intended target was Kels B, Nickell, a rancher who had brought sheep onto the range.
Horn had studied his victim and was familiar with his routine. Horn rose from his concealed position and aimed his rifle. Auch diesmal gewann er den Wettstreit mit einer Minute und 19 Sekunden.
Unter den Zuschauern befand sich auch Buffalo Bill. Die Pinkerton Detektiv-Agentur wurde ebenfalls auf ihn aufmerksam und stellte ihn ein. Seine ruhige Art und Weise, wie er die ihm übertragenen Fälle lösen konnte, machten ihn weit über die Agentur hinaus bekannt.
Unbestätigten Aussagen nach war Horn in Kuba an Malaria erkrankt und nahm vermutlich deswegen an keinen Kriegshandlungen teil. Seine Aufträge, Viehdiebstahl zu unterbinden, führte er hart und gnadenlos durch.
Ertappte Viehdiebe erschoss der perfekte Scharfschütze auch auf lange Distanz. Nach eigenen Angaben erhielt er für jeden erschossenen Viehdieb Dollar.