This documentary program focuses on the life, work and times of Frederic Remington, a 19th Century American painter, sculptor and author who was best known for his scenes of Western life. The film traces Remington's career as an artist from his sketches as a young boy to his mature work as one of America's finest painters and sculptors at the turn of the century. The film also explores Remington's direct influence on fimmakers such as John Ford and his continuing effect on today's popular culture. The film incorporates considerable location photography in Cody, Wyoming, upstate New York, Texas, various museums, as well as archival footage, vintage 35mm feature films, period photographs, hundreds of original art works, and interviews with scholars and historians. An original score was also created for the documentary.