——- ALL TRUE
If you were talking about Roy Rogers, Gene Autry, etc., then Yes, those early Hollywood movie “cowboy” types were dressed (by their handlers) in that “drugstore cowboy” look. Real classic cowboys’ boots generally had moderately-squared toes (not wildly exaggerated) as previously noted above. I really don’t know where those dagger-pointed boots originated (probably Hollywood) and, of course, they became wildly popular. We used to call them “cock-a-roach killers” (so’s you could squash them in the corner of a room). >:-( Cute, right?