Legal documents and news stories of the da describe Butch Cassidy as a former ranch hand, butcher, and cattle rustler who came into prominence in the late 1800’s as a charming, quick witted and fearless Wild West outlaw. Leader of a gang called the Wild Bunch, Cassidy (real name Robert LeRoy parker) and his daring accomplices put together the longest sequence of successful train and bank robberies in the history of the American West. When it became difficult to successfully elude the law as their pursuers became better organized in their efforts to apprehend the gang, Cassidy fled to South America with another outlaw, Harr Longabough – known as the Sundance Kid – and Longabough’s beguiling traveling companion Etta Place. Living in Argentina, the desperados returned to their rebel ways and were eventually shot and killed but Bolivian soldiers. Or were they? Legend and folklore persist to this day that Butch and Sundance not only survived the shootout, but returned to the United States where their lived out their remaining years. This intriguing television program examines fact ad folklore to resolve the debate over Butch Cassidy’s long disputed demise.