Old traditional western lawman and gambler who became well-known being a sports reporter for the brand new York Morning hours Telegraph. In his teenagers, he and his two brothers still left home to be buffalo hunters. The exaggerated accounts of his Crazy West exploits could be blamed on the useful joke. His brothers had been lawmen Adam and Ed Masterson. The fictionalized film accounts of his lifestyle starred Gene Barry.
|1||When he left the lawman business and became a sportswriter in New York, he was known for wearing a derby. It became the inspiration for the famed "Brown Derby" restaurant in Hollywood.|
|2||Renowned as one of the fastest draws and deadliest shots in the West. However, unlike the character portrayed in the Bat Masterson (1958) TV series, he was not noted as a particularly snazzy dresser.|
|Jeffries-Sharkey Contest||1899||Documentary||Himself - Audience member (uncredited)|
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