What TV mini series introduced the real life African American cowboy Bose Ikard?
#32083. Asked by TB. (Apr 22 03 2:31 AM)
The mini-series of Larry McMurtry's Lonesome Dove, which first aired on 5 February 1989, received eighteen Emmy nominations that resulted in seven Emmy awards. It received the D.W. Griffith Award for Best Television Miniseries of 1989, the National Cowboy Hall of Fame 1989 Wrangler Award for the Best Western Television Feature, as well as the Golden Globe Award for best Television Miniseries and Best Actor (Robert Duvall) in a Miniseries.
...that the basic premise of the original Lonesome Dove story by Larry McMurtry is loosely based on true accounts involving Oliver Loving and Charles Goodnight.
...a black cowboy by the name of Bose Ikard. In 1866 Bose Ikard joined the cattle drive to Colorado led by Charles Goodnight and Oliver Loving.
BOSE IKARD 1859-1928
The real Lonesome Dove story:
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