American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Buntline, Ned See Edward Zane Carroll Judson.
“Â Earp was famous for his Colt Buntline Special â a pistol with a 12â barrel that Earp liked to âbuffaloâ (hit lawbreakers over the head) with.”
“He talks about the Starship series, his forthcoming Weird Western, The Buntline Special, and his forthcoming Golden Gryphon novel Blasphemy, among other things.”
“Lancaster is great casting because he needs to be the moral center (which is particularly funny when put up with the real life Buntline) of the film and, my geebus, who better than Lancaster.”
“Buntline to Cody's partner Nate (Joel Grey): It's my experience that when two partners agree on everything it means one of them is unnecessary.”
“I think the casting of Burt Lancaster as Ned Buntline, the man who invented Buffalo Bill was perfect, but I'm not sure I've put my finger on exactly why yet.”
“So when his Buntline tells Newman's Cody "It was a thrill to have invented you" there's an inside joke.”
“Its curious that Altman made Buntline the moral voice, given that most of the audience would not have know about Buntline, and would not have been aware of the irony.”
“Another Easterner who came to Dodge about this time, seeking fortune and fame of another kind, was Edward Z. C. Judson, who wrote blood-and-thunder fiction under the name of Ned Buntline.”
“The creator of Buffalo Bill was Edward Z. C. Judson, a veteran author of yellow-hacked novels who wrote under the pen name of Ned Buntline.”
“Wyatt Earp once had to use his Buntline Special to tame Clay Allison of the Washita.”
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