|Directed by||Richard E. Norman|
|Produced by||Richard E. Norman|
|Distributed by||Norman Film Manufacturing Company|
|Language||Silent (English intertitles)|
The Bull-Dogger is a 1922 American five-reel silent western film starring Bill Pickett, an African American who is credited with inventing bulldogging or steer wrestling. It was filmed on location in Boley, Oklahoma. The film is presumed to be lost with only fragments known to have survived.
- Bill Pickett
- Bennie Turpin
- Anita Bush
- Steve Reynolds
- "Progressive Silent Film List: The Bull-Dogger". silentera.com. Retrieved February 26, 2013.
- The Bull-Dogger at the American Film Institute Catalog
- The Bull-Dogger on IMDb
- The Bull-Dogger at the TCM Movie Database
- on YouTube
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