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Buffalo Bill (1894 film)

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'Buffalo Bill' is a lost 1894 black-and-white silent film from Edison Studios, produced by William K. L. Dickson with William Heise as cinematographer. Filmed on a single reel, using standard 35 mm gauge, it has a 60-second runtime. The film was shot in Edison's Black Maria studio and is an exhibition of rifle shooting by Buffalo Bill (William F. Cody) himself. The film is one of several shot by Dickson and Heise after Thomas Edison invited Cody and his 'Wild West' show performers to the kinetoscope studio.

See also

* List of Western films before 1920


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