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There is, perhaps, no more potent symbol of the American imagination than the cowboy. Images of 10 gallon hats, wide open prairies and wild horses permeate our popular culture, and stories of these cowboys formed the basis of the first ...

Perhaps one day, Hollywood will catch up to the 1920s. Back then, Japanese-American actor Sessue Hayakawa (who would later win an Academy Award) took the burgeoning film industry by storm with his charming looks, melodramatic style and memorable performances. Although ...