The Patee house museum/the Jesse James home in St. Joseph, Missouri
The Jesse James farm museum in Kearner, Missouri
The first national bank in Northfield, Minnesota
The Tale of Robin Hood features:
Robin Hood's Sherwood forest (18 mins) presented by Ade Andrews, heritage ranger, Sherwood forest trust
Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo - English
Description by OLDIES.com:
Jesse James Outlaw Hero: Jesse James was born into troubled times that would leave the state of Missouri and most of the other states, both Confederate and Unionist, in tatters. Brougth up in a slave-owning family, Clay County, where James lived, sympathized with the Confederate cause. This program looks at the effect that first the Border Wars and then the Civil War had in molding this Confederate fighter into the prototype American gangster. The Tale of Robin Hood: This film takes us through layers of legend and centuries of time, to the various places where people have sought to claim him as one of their own. Traveling through the realms that Robin is said to have haunted and studying the literary sources that portrayed him, we attempt to find out the truth behind the outlaw of Sherwood Forest who became the quintessential romantic rebel.
This twin-pack of movies about protagonists who willfully break the law includes JESSE JAMES: OUTLAW HERO, and THE TALE OF ROBIN HOOD.