Western Cyclone (May 14, 1943)

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Buster Crabbe as Billy the Kid
 

Released on May 14, 1943: Billy the Kid is framed for murder and senteced to hang, unless he and Fuzzy can get the goods on the real killer.

Produced by Sigmund Neufeld

Directed by Sam Newfield

The Actors: Buster Crabbe (Billy the Kid), Al St. John (Fuzzy Jones), Marjorie Manners (Mary Arnold), Karl Hackett (Governor Jim Arnold), Milton Kibbee (Senator Peabody), Glenn Strange (Dirk Randall), Charles King (Ace Harmon), Hal Price (Sheriff Hastings), Kermit Maynard (ticklish henchman Hank), Jack Ingram (henchman Rufe Meeker), Jimmy Aubrey (townsman), Barney Beasley (barfly), Hank Bell (bartender), Lane Bradford (henchman Joe), Steve Clark (mob leader Roberts), Victor Cox (townsman with fancy boots), Rube Dalroy (townsman), Art Dillard (townsman), Bert Dillard (barn henchman), Frank Ellis (ranch henchman), Jack Evans (barfly), Morgan Flowers (townsman), Lou Fulton (Deputy Pete), Herman Hack (Deputy Sheriff Pete), Al Haskell (henchman at window), George Hazel (barfly), Robert F. Hill (judge), Eddie Juaregui (barfly), Frank McCarroll (henchman Red), Milburn Morante (Blodgett), Lew Morphy (townsman), George Morrell (townsman), Charles Murray Jr. (henchman in water trough), Artie Ortego (henchman Jake), Jack Tornek (barfly), Wally West (henchman)

 

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Billy The Kid . . . Sentenced to Hang

As our adventure opens a stagecoach is fleeing a masked bandit shooting at it. Inside the stagecoach is the Governor and his daughter, Senator Peabody and the town leader from a nearby cowboy town of dry springs. When the outlaw stops the stagecoach we will discover that the masked outlaw is none other than the infamous Billy the Kid. It turns out that he and the Governor are trying to show the Senator how many outlaws are roaming the territory in an attempt to get money and soldiers to help tame this corner of the wild west. Unfortunately the local businessman has other ideas . . . . Dirk Randall, played by Glenn Strange, wants to get rid of the Governor so that he and his men can run the territory without any interference. He will do anything he needs to do to get the Governor out of office and get Billy the Kid to stop helping the Sheriff. The saloon owner Ace Harmon, played by Charles King, will help him in this task. You may recognize the names of Glenn Strange and Charles King . . . . They worked on hundreds of cowboy western movies, but usually as henchmen who were rarely given a close-up shot . . . . They were the fellows that rode the horses and shot at the good guys and remained relatively unknown. In this story we will finally see them close-up and meet them face-to-face. They will frame Billy the Kid with murder, and Billy the Kid will go to jail to wait for his day of hanging. The judge will sentence him to hang on the 23rd of July until he is dead, dead, dead. Will this be the end of Billy the Kid? . . . . Oh, you remember your Western history and you know that Billy the Kid did not hang? . . . . Well, then . . . . . I would guess that a jail break is in the cards for Billy. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Anne Gwynne
Al St. John
Al St. John, Charles King nad Buster Crabbe
Al St. John, Charles King nad Buster Crabbe
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AL St. John
AL St. John
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Buster Crabbe and Hal Price
Buster Crabbe and Karl Hackett
Buster Crabbe and Karl Hackett
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Buster Crabbe is Billy the Kid
Charles King and Glenn Strange
Charles King and Glenn Strange
Charles King and Glenn Strange
Charles King and Glenn Strange
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Charles King and Jack Ingram
Charles King
Charles King
Glenn Strange and Charles King
Glenn Strange and Charles King
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Glenn Strange
Glenn Strange
Glenn Strange
Hal Price
Hal Price
Jack Ingram
Jack Ingram
Karl Hackett, Milton Kibbee and Glenn Strange
Karl Hackett, Milton Kibbee and Glenn Strange
Lou Fulton
Lou Fulton
Lou Fulton
Lou Fulton
Marjorie Manners and Al St. John
Marjorie Manners and Al St. John
Marjorie Manners
Marjorie Manners
Robert F. Hill
Robert F. Hill