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Billy and the Bride 

Genteel New Yorker Vanessa Peters has a lot to learn about the Old West when she moves with her new husband to his ranch. She has no idea that the nice young man she spends the afternoon ... See full summary »

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Vanessa Peters
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Archie Peters
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Billy the Kid (as Hugh O'Brien)
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Pat Turner
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Little Boy
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Genteel New Yorker Vanessa Peters has a lot to learn about the Old West when she moves with her new husband to his ranch. She has no idea that the nice young man she spends the afternoon with -- his name is Billy the Kid -- is the same person her husband's posse is searching for. Written by Jay Phelps <jaynashvil@aol.com>

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Fun Installment
7 January 2014 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

I recently purchased a DVD called 'The Golden Age of TV Westerns' and this episode starring Hugh O'Brian, Angela Lansbury and Dick Foran was included in the pack, the reason I bought it really! since I am a huge Lansbury fan, and these Live TV Drama's she did are kind of hard to come by. This one was a pretty funny one actually, which I didn't expect at all, the plot sounded sort of serious! but the content is almost borderline slapstick really! Angela gets to show off her comedy chops here very well as Vanessa Peters, Hugh O'Brian is a sure looker, and also delivers some comedy goods! the scenes with them together in the house are priceless IMO, so if you can get yourself a copy of the above DVD or can see this in some other format, I'd recommend it, the DVD was pretty cheap. The Quality isn't the best, but it didn't bother me!

Fun Comedy!


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