Written, Produced, and Directed by
Deborah Clancy Porfido
Director of Photography
Slow Motion Photography
Tech Imaging Services, Inc.
Fred A. Gibson
Best Boy Electric
Best Boy Grip
Michael P. Clark
Location Production Assistants
Matthew Kelly Jackson
Craft Services Personnel
Sutter's Catering Service
Roger’s Arizona Picture Cars
Jim Briggs III
Coll Anderson M.P.S.E
Post Production Sound Services
C. A. Sound, Inc.
PostWorks New York
“As Lately We Watched”
Arranged and Performed by Robin Petrie
Courtesy of Gourd Music
“Aelita 3” and “You Said Tomorrow Yesterday”
Composed by Markus Acher, Micha Acher, Christoph Brandner, Andreas Gerth, and Carl Oesterhelt
Performed by Tied & Tickled Trio
Courtesy of WB Music Corp. (ASCAP) o/b/o Neue Welt Musikverlag GmbH & Co. KG, Edition M+S Industries, Abzocker Musikverlag and Morr Music
Old Tucson Studios
Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad
Forrester Media, Inc.
Luna Recording Studio
Queen Mine Tours
Windmill Ridge at Mountain View Ranch
The Booth Western Art Museum
Penny Elliott Hays
PC Photo and Imaging
The Single Action Shooting Society
Archival Material Courtesy of
Alaska State Library, Historical Collection
American Heritage Center, University of Wyoming
Arizona Historical Foundation
Arizona Historical Society/Tucson
Autry National Center of the American West, Los Angeles
Brown Brothers, Sterling, PA
California History Room, California State Library, Sacramento, California
Collection of Jeremy Rowe Vintage Photography, vintagephoto.com
Collection of Steve Stuzynski
Collection of the New-York Historical Society
Colorado Historical Society
Craig Fouts Collection
Cripple Creek District Museum
Denver Public Library, Western History Department
Graham County Historical Society
James H. Earle
Jeff Morey Collection
John Rose Collection
Kansas State Historical Society
Library of Congress
Los Angeles Public Library
Mike Holland Collection
Nevada Historical Society
Palace of the Governors Photo Archives
Peoria Public Library
Photograph of young Wyatt and mother, courtesy John Rose
San Diego Historical Society
Schenectady Museum & Suits-Bueche Planetarium
Streamline Films, Inc.
The Lynne Clark Collection
The New York Public Library
The Robert G. McCubbin Collection
The Society of California Pioneers
Tombstone Courthouse State Historic Park
Tombstone Western Heritage Museum
University of Arizona Library, Special Collections
Utah State History
William A. Mays, National Police Gazette
William S. Hart Collection, Los Angeles County Museum of Natural History
Associate Producer, Web
Marketing and Communications
James E. Dunford
An Apograph Productions Inc. film for AMERICAN EXPERIENCE
WGBH Educational Foundation
All Rights Reserved
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