buck·skin / ˈbəkˌskin/ • n. 1. the skin of a male deer. ∎ grayish leather with a suede finish, traditionally made from such skin but now more commonly made from sheepskin: [as adj.] a pair of buckskin moccasins. ∎ (buckskins) clothes or shoes made from such leather. ∎ thick, smooth cotton or woolen fabric. 2. a horse of a grayish-yellow color. DERIVATIVES: buck·skinned adj.
Buckskin ★½ 1968
Slowmoving western about a marshall protecting town-people from a greedy, land-grabbing cattle baron. 98m/C VHS . Barry Sullivan, Wendell Corey, Joan Caulfield, Lon Chaney Jr., John Russell, Barbara Hale, Barton MacLane, Bill Williams; D: Michael D. Moore.