Wild and Woolly is a 1917 silent film which tells the story of one man's personal odyssey from sophisticated Easterner to Western tough guy. It stars Douglas Fairbanks, Eileen Percy, Walter Bytell and Sam De Grasse.
The movie was adapted by Anita Loos from a story by Horace B. Carpenter. It was directed by John Emerson. It was inducted into the National Film Registry in 2002.
Wild and Woolly
is also the title of a 1931 documentary about rodeos
The title Wild and Woolly
was used again in a 1937 comedy western starring Jane Withers
about a bank robbery during a town's anniversary party.
Finally, the title was misspelled in an unrelated 1978 comedy western TV movie, Wild and Wooly