OETA will air a program on Oklahoma outlaws next Tuesday evening, January 9th, at 9pm. This documentary is part of a series of programs for the Oklahoma Centennial during 2007. The title of this Stateline program is "Dead or Alive." Dee Cordry, author of "Alive If Possible, Dead If Necessary," was interviewed by OETA and appears in this documentary. Visit http://www.oeta.onenet.net/stateline/index.html for more information.
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I hope all members got to watch the wonderful program "Dead or Alive" last night! It was about Bill Doolin and his gang and featured Dee Cordry and Steve Bunch as historical analysis. I thought it was well done and look forward to more feature stories of Oklahoma's past when the state still had bandits roaming the land. Congradulations Dee and Steve!
Great program. I'm intrigued by Dee Cordray's comment in the program, to the effect that the decisions made by the early lawmen laid a foundation for the quality law enforceemnt that Oklahoma has today.
OETA reshowed this program the 28th, and I finally got to see it. I liked the way the program was done, giving the main accepted view as well as an opposing view to some of the occurances. It would have been nice if they had given you an hour or three to give a deeper understanding of the topic.