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Billy the Kid's Smoking Guns (1942)

Not Rated | | Western | 1 May 1942 (USA)
Knowing the Army is arriving to establish a post. Doc Hagan and his gang and the crooked Sheriff are trying to drive the ranchers off the land. When the gang wound a rancher, the Doc ... See full summary »

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(as Sherman Scott)

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(original screenplay) (as George Milton), (original screenplay) (as George Milton)
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Fuzzy (as Al {Fuzzy} St.John in opening credits also)
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John Merton ...
Milton Kibbee ...
Dr. Hagen
Ted Adams ...
Sheriff Carson
Karl Hackett ...
Hart
Frank Ellis ...
Carter
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Roberts
Budd Buster ...
Rancher
Joel Newfield ...
Dickie
Joan Barclay ...
Mrs. Howard
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Knowing the Army is arriving to establish a post. Doc Hagan and his gang and the crooked Sheriff are trying to drive the ranchers off the land. When the gang wound a rancher, the Doc finishes him off with his needle. Running from the law again, Billy and his pals arrive and take up the ranchers fight. But when Billy's pal Jeff is wounded, Fuzzy unknowningly takes him to Doc Hagan. Written by Maurice VanAuken <mvanauken@a1access.net>

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BILLY GOES BLASTING AGAIN---IT'S DEATH BY THE GUN...When The Kid Sets Out For His Prey!

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Western

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Not Rated | See all certifications »
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1 May 1942 (USA)  »

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1.37 : 1
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The earliest documented telecast of this film in the New York City occurred Tuesday 22 October 1946 on WABD (Channel 5). See more »

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Formulaic Western
28 July 2010 | by (london) – See all my reviews

It seems that trios were very much the thing in the 30s and 40s,what with Hopalong Cassidy and his sidekicks,The Three Mesquiteers,and in this film Billy The Kid also has 2 sidekicks.Dave O Brien is more familiar from the Pete Smith Specialties.Fuzzy Knight must have more credits than any one else around 350.He seemed to play every part the same.and the same could be said for this western.It is rather like filming by numbers.If you want originality then don't bother with this film.Perhaps the only slightly unusual aspect is the fact that the doctor is a villain who tries to kill all of his patients.Quite frankly i found it difficult to keep interested in this film.


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