Tom Horn, lawman and outlaw, 1903

Tom Horn spent a good portion of his life legitimately employed both as a lawman and a detective, but in actuality he was one of the most cold-blooded killers of the Old West.

Tom Horn with Mike Free on his left and three unidentified Apache men.

Tom Horn with Mike Free on his left and three unidentified Apache men.

Steve McQueen ( Tom Horn) based on the real Tom Horn, supposedly.

TOM HORN - Steve McQueen as stock detective 'Tom Horn' on location in Arizona - Screenplay by Thomas McGuane & Bud Shrake - Directed by William Wiard - First Artists/Warner Bros - Publicity Still.

Steve McQueen as Tom Horn

Steve McQueen as the title character on the set of Tom Horn. To research the part, Steve and Barbara drove to the Old Pioneer Cemetery in Boulder, Colorado,.

"Tom Horn" (1980) dir: William Wiard

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TOM HORN (1980) - Former Army scout (Steve McQueen) is hired by Wyoming cattle ranchers to kill rustlers in the area - Also stars:  Screenplay by Thomas McGuane & Bud Shrake - Directed by William Wiard - Warner Bros. - Publicity Still.

TOM HORN - Former Army scout (Steve McQueen) is hired by Wyoming cattle ranchers to kill rustlers in the area - Also stars: Screenplay by Thomas McGuane Bud Shrake - Directed by William Wiard - Warner Bros. - Publicity Still.

Tom Ford gold and water buffalo horn glasses. Just $2950 per pair!

Tom Ford gold and water buffalo horn glasses. Just $2950 per pair!

Tom Horn in 1903 while imprisoned awaiting execution in Cheyenne, Wyoming.  Here he is with the rope he was making for his own gallows.

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Tom Horn in 1903 while imprisoned awaiting execution in Cheyenne, Wyoming. Here he is with the rope he was making for his own gallows. On the day before his birthday, he was hanged in Cheyenne, Wyoming, for the murder of Willie Nickell.

Thomas "Tom" Horn, Jr. (November 21, 1860 – November 20, 1903) was an American Old West lawman, scout, soldier, hired gunman, detective, outlaw and assassin. On the day before his 43rd birthday, he was hanged in Cheyenne, Wyoming, for the murder of Willie Nickell.

Rare image of Tom Horn (Wyoming State Museum) He is braiding a rope for his friend Charles B. Irwin, to be used for rodeo performances.

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