November 13, 1914. Henry Starr withdraws $2,400 during a robbery of the Farmers State Bank at Glencoe, Oklahoma. The holdup is one of fourteen daring daylight bank robberies carried out by Starr between Sept 8, 1914 and Jan 13, 1915. Reportedly he's the first of a long line of bank robbers to use an automobile in the commission of his crimes. In 1915 he ends up imprisoned where he writes his memoirs. In 1919 he portrays himself in the silent movie, A Debtor of the Law. In 1921 he was killed during an attempted bank robbery in Harrison, Arkansas.