Deluxe Rooster Cogburn Two-Tone, (Tan & Havana Brown) Gun Belt, Top Grain Saddle Leather. 3" Wide w/25 Cartridge Loops. Available in 38 or 45 caliber. The Deluxe Rooster Cogburn Western Cowboy Two Tone Gun Belt is made of high quality genuine leather and is 3-inches wide. The belt comes with 25 cartridge loops for either .38/.357 or .44/.45 caliber cartridges. Available in 4 different sizes; Small (28-inches - 33-inches), Medium (33-inches - 38-inches), Large (38-inches - 43-inches) and Extra Large (43-inches - 48-inches).
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True Grit 1969 John Wayne as US Marshall Reuben (ROOSTER ) J. Cogburn
In the 1969 film True Grit, Rooster Cogburn helped a headstrong 14-year-old girl, named Mattie Ross (Kim Darby), along with Texas Ranger LaBoeuf (Glen Campbell), to track down Tom Chaney (Jeff Corey), the man who drunkenly killed her father.
Rooster Cogburn 1975 John Wayne as US Marshall Reuben (ROOSTER ) J. Cogburn
In the sequel, Rooster Cogburn teamed up with elderly spinster Eula Goodnight (Katharine Hepburn) and an Indian boy named Wolf (Richard Romancito) while on the trail of the desperado, Hawk (Richard Jordan), who had stolen a shipment of nitroglycerin from the U.S. Army and killed family members of both Goodnight and Wolf.
Fictional Biography Of
Reuben (ROOSTER) J. Cogburn was born on July 15, 1825. Cogburn was a veteran of the American Civil War who served under Confederate guerrilla leader William Quantrill, where he lost his eye. He was twice married, first to an Illinois woman who left him to return to her first husband after bearing Cogburn a single, extremely clumsy son, Horace, (of whom Cogburn says, "He never liked me anyway"), and second to a Texas woman who wanted him to be a lawyer. Cogburn is described as a "fearless, one-eyed U.S. marshal who never knew a dry day in his life."
He was "the toughest marshal" working the Indian Territory (present-day Oklahoma) on behalf of Judge Isaac Parker, the real-life judge of the United States District Court for the Western District of Arkansas (having criminal jurisdiction in the Indian Territory, as the bailiff repeatedly announces in both films). Cogburn lived in Fort Smith, Arkansas in the back of a Chinese dry-goods store, along with the proprietor, his friend and gambling buddy Chen Lee, and an orange tabby cat named after Confederate General Sterling Price.
Rooster Cogburn shot a total of 64 men in eight years, killing 60 (not counting the men he killed after the first of Rooster Cogburn, as then it would have been 70 shot and 66 killed). He killed 23 in four years and 60 by eight, all of whom he claimed to have killed in self-defense, in the line of duty, or fleeing justice.