I had dinner one evening with Paul and Robert Altman, who had directed him in Buffalo Bill and the Indians.
The following day, a goat was delivered to Altman on the set of Buffalo Bill and the Indians, interrupting the filming.
From that time on to this day no one has questioned his right to the title of “Buffalo Bill.”
I was on my way there to see Buffalo Bill, when I saw you coming, sir.
I can keep a trail all by myself, with Buffalo Bill asleep in the saddle; ask himhe will tell you so.
Buffalo Bill has since figured in one of Buntline's Indian romances.
"I was a spy once—with Buffalo Bill," said Lightnin', conversationally.
Buffalo Bill was given the bear-skin, and I believe has it now.
It came out, during the hearing of Buffalo Bill's divorce case to-day, that he had been dosed with many love Philtres.
It is not at all objectionable, but it is there, in the same way that it is there in Buffalo Bill.
William F. Cody, an American adventurer, soldier, and showman of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. His popular “Wild West Show,” begun in the 1880s, featured acts such as the marksmanship of Annie Oakley, mock battles between Native Americans and army troops, and breathtaking displays of cowboy skills and horsemanship. It toured the United States, Canada, and Europe.
Note: Buffalo Bill's “Wild West Show” was a major influence in the creation of the popular image of the romantic and exciting old West.
William F. Cody, a frontier settler, scout, and soldier of the nineteenth century. He was involved in several military actions against Native Americans and later turned to entertainment, founding the celebrated “Wild West Show.” (See also under “Fine Arts.”)