American cowboy Casey Tibbs, a nine-time world champion who left home at the age of 13 in 1942 due to his father's disdain of rodeo, had a rags-to-riches life after his groundbreaking ...
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American cowboy Casey Tibbs, a nine-time world champion who left home at the age of 13 in 1942 due to his father's disdain of rodeo, had a rags-to-riches life after his groundbreaking spurring lick was developed and he was launched to stardom. Akin to riding a wild bronc in competition, his unpredictable journey had its grand victories and cheerless crashes. Get ready to "Let'er Buck!"Written by
Nowlin Town Productions
Casey Tibbs deserved better than this shallow retrospective. If the intent was to highlight the person most responsible for the success of the RCA, National Finals Rodeo, and eventually the PRCA then the producers should have followed the script. Instead they focused on Casey's warts, everyone has them. The producer's jobs were to elevate Casey to the lofty peak he earned, and to create a role model that every budding cowboy wanted to grow up and become.
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