Lawmen of the Old West: Westward Destiny
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Lawmen of the Old West
Gallop through history with the bullets and badges that attempted to bring order to the Wild West. See how men like Daniel Boone, Wyatt Earp and 'Doc' Holliday became frontier legends in their quest to keep the peace and stay alive. Witness some of the most infamous events in American…
Lawmen of the Old West: Good Vs. Evil
Part of the Series: Lawmen of the Old West
As outlaws refined their trade, so too did the lawmen. Federal or state, town or county, public or private, these men all fought to enforce law and order upon an unruly and violent land.
Lawmen of the Old West: The Earp Brothers
Part of the Series: Lawmen of the Old West
Were the Earps really the unblemished heroes of dime novels and old movies, or were they thugs who happened to wear badges? Discover this and more in part three of our journey through The Lawmen of the Old West.
Lawmen of the Old West: The Taming of the West
Part of the Series: Lawmen of the Old West
As the western territories evolved and became states, the Wild West was slowly tamed. However, there were still many challenges for the great Lawmen of the Old West including one of the most celebrated outlaws in all of history, Billy the Kid.
Lawmen of the Old West: From the Ashes of the Civil War
Part of the Series: Lawmen of the Old West
The upheavals of the Civil War had an aftershock that lasted decades. The James boys and the Youngers are a few of the men who longed and learned from the lawlessness of war. Discover how the daily dangers of war development some of history's deadliest outlaws.
Lawmen of the Old West: Tombstone: Outlaw Outpost
Part of the Series: Lawmen of the Old West
They came from all over the West. These were the outlaws seeking haven down by the border. They rustled stock, they mingled with women, and they robbed, killed and pillaged with the boldness of medieval raiders. Discover what changed after the Earp brothers came upon the scene.
A Nation of Drunkards
Part of the Series: Ken Burns: Prohibition
Americans have argued over alcohol for centuries. Since the early years of the American Republic, drinking has been at least as American as apple pie. As Episode 1: A Nation of Drunkards begins, clergymen, craftsmen and canal-diggers drink. So do the crowds of men who turn out for barn-raisings and…
The Prosecutors: In Pursuit of Justice - Season 2
The prosecuting attorney is the most powerful official in the criminal courts. As such, an effective prosecutor must have an encyclopedic knowledge of the intricate structure and history of the law. However, beyond his role as a legal scholar, the prosecutor must also be a compelling storyteller, have a commanding…
The Prosecutors: In Pursuit of Justice - Season 1
The prosecuting attorney is the most powerful official in the criminal courts. As such, an effective prosecutor must have an encyclopedic knowledge of the intricate structure and history of the law. However, beyond his role as a legal scholar, the prosecutor must also be a compelling storyteller, have a commanding…
A Nation of Scoffaws
Part of the Series: Ken Burns: Prohibition
On January 16, 1920, the Eighteenth Amendment to the Constitution goes into effect, making it illegal to manufacture, transport or sell intoxicating liquor. Episode Two, A Nation of Scofflaws, examines the problems of enforcement, as millions of law-abiding Americans become lawbreakers overnight. While a significant portion of the country is…
Still We Ride
This action packed documentary is a glimpse into the shocking showdown between the monthly Critical Mass ride and the New York City Police Department in the months after August 2004. It is also a wake up call to all Americans, whether they ride bicycles or simply value the freedom of…
Amateur Night At City Hall - Mayor Frank L. Rizzo
Amateur Night At City Hall: The Story Of Frank L. Rizzo is a colorful portrait of Francis Lazarro Rizzo who rose from tough Philadelphia cop, to law-and-order police commissioner (1967 to 1971), to polarizing mayor of Philadelphia (1972 to 1980). This award-winning, 75-minute documentary was produced in 1977 and released…