Billy the Kid (Buster Crabbe) and Fuzzy Jones (Al St. John) are on their way out of Arizona being chased by some riders who hope to cash in on the reward money for their capture. They are ...
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Billy the Kid (Buster Crabbe) and Fuzzy Jones (Al St. John) are on their way out of Arizona being chased by some riders who hope to cash in on the reward money for their capture. They are warned in time by Ed Dawson (Hansel Warner), but Ed is wounded in the getaway. They get a doctor (John Elliott) to attend to Ed. The latter tells them there is a range war in progress across the border and that he is looking for men to help make a cattle drive to the rail junction. Agreeing to help, they head for the Dawson ranch and run across a Dawson man who has been killed from ambush. Mary Dawson (Frances Gladwin), Ed's sister, thinks they did it but they convince her of their innocence. The news of the killing causes ranch foreman Brandon (Charles King), secretly working for the rustlers, to try and get the rest of the Dawson hands to quit, but Billy intercedes and agrees to take the cattle through for Sam Dawson (Ed Cassidy). Brandon and Coulter (Glenn Strange) have their henchmen stampede the... Written by
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The earliest documented telecast of this film in New York City occurred Monday 7 April 1947 on WNBT (Channel 4). See more »
[Stone riffles through a handful of wanted posters offering rewards for the apprehension of Billy the Kid]
Five thousand more is 25,000, three is 28 and two is 30. The state's offering $30,000 for the capture of the Kid, dead or alive. Now we don't have to fight the law, because they're the ones who have to pay off. This is the easiest money I've run up against. Now Billy is a smooth customer - he's shot his way out of a lotta traps and we won't give him the chance. He's got to come...
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Barely escaping capture once again, Billy the kid and his sidekick Fuzzy Jones take jobs as cowboys driving cattle to market, ending up in the middle of a range war and dealing with an unscrupulous cattle buyer who uses his men to stampede other people's livestock, offering to round up and buy them at cut-rate prices.
This is a typical episode in Producer's Releasing Corperation's Billy The Kid series, enlivened by some above average horseback riding action scenes and a good stampede sequence.
One great scene has Fuzzy showing off his boxing and shooting skills beating and taunting a traitorous and blustery cowpoke while the other cowboys cheer him on.
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