Tom Horn. ()IMDb h 37minX-RayR. Steve McQueen stars as a legend brought to life in this story of a great American hero battling a gang of cattle. Ich, Tom Horn (Originaltitel: Tom Horn) ist ein US-amerikanischer Western von William Wiard aus dem Jahr mit Steve McQueen in der Hauptrolle. Der Film. Tom Horn war ein Mitglied von Pinkerton’s National Detective Agency. Er beteiligte sich als Kundschafter der United States Army an der Suche nach dem Apachen Geronimo. Später arbeitete er als Kopfgeldjäger und wurde von Viehzüchtern im Gebiet von.
Die Filmstarts-Kritik zu Ich, Tom HornIch, Tom Horn (Originaltitel: Tom Horn) ist ein US-amerikanischer Western von William Wiard aus dem Jahr mit Steve McQueen in der Hauptrolle. Der Film. Tom Horn. ()IMDb h 37minX-RayR. Steve McQueen stars as a legend brought to life in this story of a great American hero battling a gang of cattle. Tom Horn (* November oder in der Nähe von Memphis, Missouri; † November in Cheyenne, Wyoming; eigentlich Thomas Horn Jr.) war.
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The dog was tragically killed when the young Tom got into a fight with two boys, who beat Tom and killed the dog with a shotgun.
At sixteen, Horn headed to the American Southwest , where he was hired by the U. Cavalry as a civilian scout, packer and interpreter under Al Sieber during the Apache Wars.
Horn did a great job in his work for the army, and soon rose through the ranks. In one instance, as the army was crossing Cibecue Creek, they were ambushed by Apaches warriors positioned on high ground.
Desperate, Sieber ordered Horn and another scout, Mickey Free , to break away and return fire from a hill.
Together with the soldiers, the men managed to repel the attack. George H. Morgan slipped through the banks opposite the Apache line and provided covering fire for the cavalry, as well as killing a number of Apache warriors.
Horn was a respected scout by then, known for going out alone in reconnaissance missions as well as helping track down Geronimo 's major stronghold.
Horn allegedly killed his first man in a duel [ when? After the war, Horn used what he earned to build his own ranch in his return to Aravaipa Canyon in Arizona.
His ranch consisted of cattle and 26 horses, and he also laid claim in the Deer Creek Mining District near the canyon.
Unfortunately, it was short-lived, as cattle thieves stormed his ranch one night and stole all his stock, leaving a tremendous loss and bankruptcy for Horn.
This incident would mark Horn's hatred and disdain for thieves, which would lead to his entering the profession of range detective. Horn wandered and took jobs as a prospector , ranch hand and rodeo contestant, but he is most notorious for being hired by numerous cattle companies as a cowboy and hired gun to watch over their cattle and kill any suspected rustlers.
Horn developed his own means to fight thieves: "I would simply take the calf and such things as that stopped the stealing. I had more faith in getting the calf than in courts.
Horn would often give a warning first to those he suspected of rustling, and was said to have been a "tremendous presence" whenever he was in the vicinity.
He didn't stop, but went straight on up the creek in plain sight of everyone. All he wanted was to be seen, as his reputation was so great that his presence in a community had the desired effect.
Within a week three settlers in the neighborhood sold their holdings and moved out. That was the end of cattle rustling on the North Laramie.
Historians have not established which side he worked for, and both sides suffered several killings for which no known suspects were ever identified.
As a deputy sheriff, Horn drew the attention of the Pinkerton National Detective Agency due to his tracking abilities. Hired by the agency in late or early , he handled investigations in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado and Wyoming and in other western states, working out of the Denver office.
He became known for his calm under pressure demeanor, and his ability to track down anyone assigned to him. In one case, Horn and another agent, C.
They tracked them all the way to the home of a man named Wolfe, said to be in either Washita or Pauls Valley, Oklahoma , along the Washita River.
In his report on that arrest, Horn stated in part "Watson, was considered by everyone in Colorado as a very desperate character.
I had no trouble with him. Tisdale and Orley "Ranger" Jones. Pinkerton told me that Tom Horn was guilty of the crime, but that his people could not allow him to go to prison while in their employ.
Horn was exonerated for that crime and for the murder of Fred Powell six weeks later. William was killed by an unknown assailant in , and his associate Robert Christian disappeared the same year.
Although his official title was "Range Detective", Horn essentially served as a killer-for-hire. By the mids, the cattle business in Wyoming and Colorado was changing due to the arrival of homesteaders and new ranchers.
The homesteaders, referred to as "nesters" or "grangers" by the big operators, had moved into the territory in large numbers. By doing so they decreased the availability of water and graze for the herds of the larger cattle barons.
Ketchum, precipitated the Colorado Range War. His first job was to investigate the Browns Park Cattle Association's leader, a cowboy named Matt Rash, who was suspected of cattle rustling.
Rash, however, defiantly stayed and continued working on his ranch. As Rash continued to be uncooperative, Horn's employers were said to have given him the "go-ahead signal" to execute Rash.
On the day of the murder, an armed Horn allegedly arrived at Rash's cabin as the man had just finished eating and shot him at point-blank range.
The dying Rash unsuccessfully tried to write the name of his killer, but no trace was left of the murder.
Only the accounts and rumors from various people point to Horn as the one responsible. Rash was supposed to be married to a nearby rancher, Ann Bassett , and the woman accused "Hicks" of being the murderer.
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The cartridges may have been used in his trial although there is no written record of that. A Winchester 76 model in. Glendolene Myrtle Kimmell was a school teacher at Iron Mountain.
She boarded at the Miller ranch and was romantically linked in legend to Tom Horn. After his death she worked in Denver, editing his autobiography.
The book was published by John Coble in Horn was duped into making a so-called confession after spending a night carousing in Cheyenne.
The ruse was a job as a cattle detective in Montana — which did not exist. The master of dirty tricks was a deputy U.
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