Landing in 1881 New Mexico in the middle of a jailbreak of Billy the Kid, to defend Tony Doug shoots at Billy who escapes swearing to hunt down Doug. According to their research back at the... See full summary »

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Landing in 1881 New Mexico in the middle of a jailbreak of Billy the Kid, to defend Tony Doug shoots at Billy who escapes swearing to hunt down Doug. According to their research back at the Time Tunel, two unknown strangers were killed by him on that date. Written by laird-3

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In an early part of the story, Billy the Kid hears a noise and calls out "Quien es.", Spanish for "Who is it". Spending a lot of his time in Mexico, Billy the Kid could speak Spanish. "Quien es" was, in fact the last thing he ever said before being shot dead by Pat Garrett. See more »

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While fighting in the cabin, Doug gets flipped over the sink and the pump comes off without any resistance. In reality it would be connected to a metal pipe and shouldn't come off that easy. See more »

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Billy the Kid (William H. Bonney): Start walking dude. When you think you're close enough to hit anything draw.
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Version of I Shot Billy the Kid (1950) See more »

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Style Over Substance William Welch Western
7 July 2006 | by See all my reviews

Tony and Doug appear in the age of Billy The Kid, however, at the start of act one it seems Doug (Robert Colbert) has murdered Billy The Kid and history has been changed by the time travellers...or has it?

Westerns are not my favourite genre but even I admit to being blown away by the William Welch (writer) quirks, the acting of Robert Walker Jr (Billy), the sets and the closing frames that rank as the most amusing moments of ANY Irwin Allen series.

Granted, not a lot happens in the hour, but this is style over substance stuff, a quirk of William Welch.

Welch gives Doug some great lines to Billy.

The episode is a knockout.


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