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John Kent Harrison
Wild. Untamed. Legendary. Buffalo Girls celebrates the bold escapades of tough-talking Calamity Jane Canary and her illustrious cohorts. It's the waning days of the Wild West and Jane, the rough 'n' rugged cowgirl, is searching not only for her long-lost daughter, but the Wild West she once knew. Jane traverses plains, mountains and continents until she finally discovers the answer to her problems: Dora, the vivacious, gold-hearted madam who's been her one true friend all along. Written by
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[Comes out of a store to find Bartle staring at him]
You plannin' to murder me for my valuables? You got that look in your eye!
I'm just tryin' to figure out what in the name of Sam Hill you want to join up with Billy's charade for!
I need the money.
What in the blazes you need money for? You can't even stand to sleep with a roof over your head!
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Excellent script, it would be good to see this kind of class transposed to very expensive movies, and sorry about this but has anyone considered setting Buffalo Girls in stardate 56/24/17? Will it work? It would be interesting.
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