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In 1938, however, Columbia cast him as the lead in its 15-chapter serial, THE GREAT ADVENTURES OF WILD BILL HICKOK (1938), and Elliott's identification with westerns began. He even began to adopt the names "Bill" or "Wild Bill." He also became famous for using the line, "I'm a peaceable man ... " (which was inevitably followed by an outburst of violence). Elliott reached his peak of popularity at Columbia when he was teamed with Tex Ritter for a series of films. In 1943 he left Columbia for Republic, where his westerns had somewhat larger budgets. This was followed by a move to Monogram (later Allied Artists) in 1951. He was now back in low-budget B-westerns, the last one appearing in 1954. This ten disc set contains the ten Westerns starring Wild Bill Elliott (now billed as William Elliott).
In Old Sacramento (1946)
The Plainsman and the Lady (1946)
Wyoming (1947)
The Fabulous Texan (1947)
In Old Los Angeles (1948)
The Gallant Legion (1948)
The Last Bandit (1949)
Hellfire (1949)
The Savage Horde (1950)
The Showdown (1950) 

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