I USED TO BE A TEXAS RANGER: Triumphs and Tribulations of an Old West Lawman
Ride with Buck Jones, as he is transformed from an Oklahoma farm boy who is orphaned when a tornado destroys the farm, and kills his parents. Follow him as he is raised by his aunt and uncle in San Antonio, Texas. Now a man, he joins his uncle as a deputy sheriff and meets his partner and friend, Jose. They become known as dos pistoleros.
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