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Wild West shows were traveling vaudeville performances in the United States and Europe that existed around 1870–1920. The shows began as theatrical stage productions and evolved into open-air shows that depicted romanticized stereotypes of cowboys, Plains Indians, army scouts, outlaws, and wild animals that existed in the American West. While some of the storylines and characters were based on true events, others were fictional or sensationalized. Native Americans in particular were portrayed in a sensationalistic and exploitative manner. The shows introduced many western performers and personalities, and romanticized the American frontier, to a wide audience.

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  • Wild West shows
  • عروض الغرب المتوحش
  • Wild West Shows
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  • عروض الغرب المتوحش كانوا فرقة مسرحية يسافرون لأداء الاستعراض المسرحي في الولايات المتحدة وأوروبا. وكان أول وتنميط لعروض الغرب المتوحش بافالو بيل والذي تشكلت في عام 1883 واستمرت حتى قدمت عام 1913. ويظهر العديد من الفنانين والشخصيات الغربية، ونسخة رومانسية من الغرب الأمريكي القديم، لجمهور واسع مع العديد من الأعضاء المختلفين. كما قامت الفرقة بجولة إرادة روجرز عروض الغرب المتوحش.
  • Wild West shows were traveling vaudeville performances in the United States and Europe that existed around 1870–1920. The shows began as theatrical stage productions and evolved into open-air shows that depicted romanticized stereotypes of cowboys, Plains Indians, army scouts, outlaws, and wild animals that existed in the American West. While some of the storylines and characters were based on true events, others were fictional or sensationalized. Native Americans in particular were portrayed in a sensationalistic and exploitative manner. The shows introduced many western performers and personalities, and romanticized the American frontier, to a wide audience.
  • Les Wild West Shows étaient des spectacles itinérants aux États-Unis et en Europe. Le premier d'entre eux et le prototype du genre était le Wild West Show de Buffalo Bill, fondé en 1883 et qui tourna jusqu'en 1913. Les spectacles montraient à un large public de nombreux numéros et personnalités du Far West, et une version romancée de l'Ouest américain. Martha Jane Cannary Hickok, surnommée Calamity Jane, participa plusieurs années au Wild West Shows avec Bill Cody, surnommé Buffalo Bill, en Amérique et en Europe. C'est ce qu'on peut lire dans ses Lettres à sa fille.
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