Mork & Mindy (1978–1982)
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Gunfight at the Mor-Kay Corral 

A boy at Mork's day-care center becomes obsessed with Billy the Kid.

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Remo DaVinci (credit only)
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Jean DaVinci (credit only)
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Nelson Flavor (credit only)
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Glenda Faye Comstock (as Crissy Wilzak) (credit only)
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A boy at Mork's day-care center becomes obsessed with Billy the Kid.

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18 December 1980 (USA)  »

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Corey Feldman in his second appearance
13 October 2016 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

"Gunfight at the Mor-Kay Corral" was the second and final appearance of Corey Feldman as Billy, one of Mork's children at the Pine Tree day care center, this time joining the others in costume as their favorite characters (Stephanie comes as Sara Lee, Lola as Truman Capote). Billy's father wants him to follow in his footsteps as a doctor, but the boy relates to someone with his own name, Billy the Kid. Dressed in Western attire, Billy challenges Mork to a shootout in a nearby ghost town, clearly unaware of the murderous nature of the real William H. Bonney. In trying to break up the showdown, Mindy ends up all wet from a water balloon, as Billy runs away to fight another day. Mork channels Clint Eastwood's Man with No Name and uses his finger to do target practice. Only when he plays dead in defeat does Billy realize that violence isn't a game. Already a veteran at age 10, Corey Feldman would go on to bigger and better things, while Robert Donner's appearance as Exidor is all too brief.


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