Randall is trying to get the Governor impeached so he can take over control of the state. Knowing the Governor and Billy are good friends, he has Billy framed for murder. Fuzzy finds the ...
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In the 19th and last of the PRC "Billy the Kid" series (first six with Bob Steele and last 13 with Buster Crabbe), a feud develops between the settlers and the railroad detectives in Red ... See full summary »
Al St. John,
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 ... See full summary »
Al St. John,
Billy and his pals, on the run from the law again, travel to Sage Valley where Billy is made Sheriff. The local outlaw gang is run by Kansas Ed who closely resembles Billy. Ed captures ... See full summary »
The Rangers are after Hadley and his men and have planted Johnny Revere into his gang to warn them of his raids. But Hadley realizes he has a spy in his group and gets Trigger Dolan to join... See full summary »
Escaping from the Marshal, Billy and Fuzzy ride to Laramy only to find it a ghost town. Sykes and his gang have driven people away while they look for the gold mine of a man they have ... See full summary »
Randall is trying to get the Governor impeached so he can take over control of the state. Knowing the Governor and Billy are good friends, he has Billy framed for murder. Fuzzy finds the shell and Billy sees it has a peculiar mark. Now they have to find the owner of that gun. Written by
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This Billy the Kid film from PRC has Billy the Kid hobnobbing with no less than the governor of some western territory/state who is being blamed for a rash of outlawry. In real life the only connection that William Bonney had with a governor was with Lew Wallace in New Mexico when he was negotiating for a pardon.
Glenn Strange is the best thing in this film, he's the guy behind the the outlaw activity and he's leading a movement to impeach the governor for his own nefarious purposes not quite explained other than the usual lust for money and power.
Buster Crabbe and the good citizens of the area should be grateful that Al St. John is around in this one. Billy the Kid ain't quite up to par in the end and Fuzzy proves invaluable.
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