The most notorious outlaws of the Wild West have long been romanticized as daring robbers and swashbuckling killers since their stories first hit early American tabloids. In many ways, their narratives have been shaped—in dime-store novels, TV shows and Hollywood films—to fit the frontier ideals of rugged individualism and pioneering spirit. Americans overlook the crimes and see the romance of the rebel. We rounded up five of the 19th century's most infamous outlaws, whose popular legends endure, despite their history of violent crime. As a teen in , James and his brother Frank joined a guerrilla unit responsible for murdering dozens of Union soldiers. For some historians, James never stopped fighting the Civil War , translating his fury over the defeat of the secessionist cause into a career sticking up banks, trains and stagecoaches. At times, he saw himself as a modern Robin Hood, robbing from the politically progressive Reconstruction supporters and giving to the poor.
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It was released on May 4, as a single for the film's soundtrack and as the lead single from his second studio album Willennium The song plays during the film's closing credits. Kool Moe Dee re-performs that chorus for the song, with additional guest vocals from the group Dru Hill. The album version of the song is introduced by a brief spoken word interlude where Smith asks his then-baby son Jaden what song he should play next, interpreting Jaden's repeated non-verbal response as "Wild Wild West". The music video was directed by Paul Hunter , and included several dialog sequences featuring Smith, Kool Moe Dee , Dru Hill and guest appearance by Stevie Wonder , intercut with clips from the film, featuring the film's characters.
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Or three. In spite of these barriers, or maybe because of them, the American frontier attracted legions of nonconforming women—mavericks, loners, eccentrics and adventurers. Some were crushed by the experience, others survived and more than a few thrived.
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