|Produced by||William Kennedy Dickson|
|Distributed by||Edison Manufacturing Company|
Bucking Broncho is an 1894 silent film from Edison Studios. Its star was Lee Martin who was an actual cowboy "bronco rider" and a member of Buffalo Bill's Wild West show. Martin's part was uncredited and his only film. The film is a demonstration of expert horse riding before a crowd of onlookers.
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