They were popular in Communist Eastern European countries and were a particular favorite of Joseph Stalin , and usually portrayed the American Indians sympathetically, as oppressed people fighting for their rights, in contrast to American Westerns of the time, which frequently portrayed the Indians as villains. Osterns frequently featured Gypsies or Turkic people in the role of the Indians, due to the shortage of authentic Indians in Eastern Europe. He became honorary chief of the Sioux tribe, when he visited the United States in the s and the television crew accompanying him showed the tribe one of his films. American actor and singer Dean Reed , an expatriate who lived in East Germany , also starred in several Ostern films.
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Games[ edit ] An example of the pen-and-paper variety is the horror-hybrid, Deadlands. Set in an alternate s America, the game draws heavily on gothic horror conventions and old Native American lore to derive its sense of the supernatural. Characters can get involved in situations ranging from banks heists to shoot-outs involving vampires and zombies over the course of their adventures. Video games also use this same motif, one of the earliest horror-Western games being SilverLoad for the PlayStation. The game has a variety of classic horror tropes in it, ranging from werewolves and vampires, to Satanic cults , that the player must contend with nothing more than a trusty six-gun at his hip. The PC first-person shooter title, Blood , is an occult-horror-comedy hybrid, and sets the player avatar "Caleb" in approximately retroactively dated as in the game's sequel as an un-dead gunslinger anti-hero from the late 19th century, who rises from his grave to battle a widespread cult by which he was betrayed and killed when he was a member.
The basis for these rulings is the following Mishnaic passage of Tractate Niddah filth: A girl three years and one day old is betrothed by intercourse. And sages say, "Three years and one day old. And they are liable on her account because of the law prohibiting intercourse with a married woman.
It wasn't just that it was dug into the side of a hill that had made me laugh. It also was because it was in the middle of nowhere—practically surrounded by the Rocky Mountains in rural Nowhere, Colorado—and we were city boys, Oliver and I. The ice hockey season had been so intense, though, that I was happy to have the hillside house nudged up to the Gunnison National Forrest between Montrose and Gunnison to retreat to for the summer. For a while the Denver Avalanche was in contention and then it wasn't, just limping toward the end of the season. And on top of that Denver's assistant coach—and my mentor and lover—Oliver Lamont keeled over unexpectedly and died of a massive heart attack.