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Texana has all the expected Texan components — big, and really big plus-size cowhides, tooled leather, tile that looks like leather, conchos, decorative iron, portraits of cows, horses and cowboys and serape stripes.
The new movie is as moth-eaten as the serapes strewn through the 1960 film, but there’s no denying the appeal of the image of Mr. Washington riding a horse, shooting a Colt and leading a posse of vigilantes to save a mostly white Western town.
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First Known Use: 1834See Words from the same year
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