Was Liberty Valance a real person?

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Who Shot Liberty Valance is the name of an old Western film. This film was directed by John Ford and is considered to be an important cultural piece in the United States because of its depiction of the 'old west'. Valance was the leader of a gang of bandits who regularly terrorized people in the town of Shinbone in the film. In the film, Valance and a good man named Stoddard compete for the affections of the same woman and come to a head with the violence that Vance is used to. Liberty Valance was created in a story by Dorothy Johnson and was not a real person.
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