Billy the Kid in Texas (September 30, 1940)

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Billy the Kid in Texas
 

Released on September 30, 1940: After escaping from a New Mexico jail, Billy the Kid heads to Texas where he will shoot it out with Gil the Gunslinger.

Produced by Sigmund Neufeld

Directed by Sam Newfield

The Actors: Bob Steele (Billy the Kid), Terry Walker (Mary Barton), Al St. John (Fuzzy), Carleton Young (Gil Bonney, aka Gil Cooper), Charles King (Dave), John Merton (Flash), Frank LaRue (Jim Morgan), Slim Whitaker (Windy), Victor Adamson (townsman), Bob Burns (townsman), Ben Corbett (townsman), Art Dillard (henchman), Curley Dresden (the henchman who shoots Billy the Kid), Jack Evans (townsman), Oscar Gahan (barfly watching fight), Augie Gomez (henchman Pete), Herman Hack (townsman), Chick Hannan (henchman), Al Haskell (barfly watching fight), Jack Hendricks (barfly), Merrill McCormick (townsman), Lew Meehan (saloon keeper), George Morrell (barfly watching fight), Tex Palmer (townsman), Pascale Perry (henchman), James Sheridan (townsman), Wally West (posse rider)

 

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Brother Bandits

One of the best scenes in any cowboy story is a shoot-out in the middle of Main Street between a fast as lightning gunslinger and the Sheriff. This story has a showdown like that, but one like you have never seen before. Let me explain . . . .

As our story opens a gang of outlaws is stealing the payroll from an express wagon on its way into town. As the outlaws are riding away with the money, a stranger dressed in black rides along and watches the robbery. The stranger in black is William ‘Billy the Kid’ Bonney . . . . One of the meanest, toughest, fastest guns in the West. What will Billy the Kid do when he sees the robbery? He will steal the money from the robbers, of course.

Billy the Kid has escaped from a jail in New Mexico and is heading to the small town of Corral City in Texas to lay low for a while. When Billy the Kid gets into town with the saddle bags full of cash he meets his buddy Fuzzy. When he discovers that there is no Sheriff in town Billy the Kid decides that it is the perfect place to spend some time. Unfortunately, the outlaws who originally robbed the express wagon are in the saloon kicking up a storm, and Billy walks right in, unafraid of any gang of tough hombres.

When Billy stands up to the bandits, one of the townsmen watches and is impressed with how Billy the Kid stands up to the town rowdies. Later, when the townsman discovers the stolen cash in Billy’s saddlebags Billy the Kid quickly explains that he was going to return the money to the express office. Yeah, that’s his story and he is sticking to it.

Well, the townsman and the pretty girl running the express office believe him and they don’t know who he really is, so they offer Billy the Kid the job of Sheriff! Billy the Kid accepts the job in part because he has a grudge against the Lazy A outlaws anyway, and it will be fun to mess with them. What Billy the Kid doesn’t know is that one of the outlaws, a fellow named Gil, is really fast with a gun, and the outlaws want Gil to shoot the Sheriff, and Gil agrees. Gil rides into town to shoot the Sheriff, and when the Sheriff, Billy the Kid, hears that someone wants to shoot it out with him he walks fearlessly down the street towards the saloon where the gunslinger is waiting for him. All of the townsfolk, and the outlaws, are hiding along the street anxiously watching to see who will live and who will die when Billy the Kid and Gil the gunslinger start shooting.

Now here is the cool part . . . . Gil the gunslinger has told his outlaw buddies that he is Gil Cooper, but Cooper is NOT his last name . . . . He is really Gil Bonney . . . . Brother of Billy the Kid! Neither man knows that he will be shooting at his own brother, and when bullets fly and the dust settles the adventure just begins. This story will wind around these characters like a rattlesnake trail in the hills. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Bob Steele is Billy the Kid
Bob Steele is Billy the Kid
The wanted poster
The wanted poster
Al St. John
Al St. John
Al St. John and Bob Steele
Al St. John and Bob Steele
Al St. John and Carleton Young
Al St. John and Carleton Young
Al St. John
Al St. John
Al St. John
Al St. John
Al St. John
Al St. John
Bob Steele and Al St. John
Bob Steele and Al St. John
Bob Steele and Terry Walker
Bob Steele and Terry Walker
Bob Steele and Charles King
Bob Steele and Charles King
Bob Steele
Bob Steele
Carleton Young
Carleton Young
Carleton Young and Terry Walker
Carleton Young and Terry Walker
Carleton Young
Carleton Young
Carleton Young
Carleton Young
Charles King and John Merton
Charles King and John Merton
Charles King
Charles King
Frank LaRue
Frank LaRue
Frank LaRue and Bob Steele
Frank LaRue and Bob Steele
Frank LaRue and Bob Steele
Frank LaRue and Bob Steele
Frank LaRue and Slim Whitaker
Frank LaRue and Slim Whitaker
Frank LaRue, Terry Walker and Al St. John
Frank LaRue, Terry Walker and Al St. John
Frank LaRue and Terry Walker
Frank LaRue and Terry Walker
Frank LaRue
Frank LaRue
John Merton
John Merton
John Merton, Bob Steele and Al St. John
John Merton, Bob Steele and Al St. John
John Merton and Charles King
John Merton and Charles King
John Merton
John Merton
Terry Walker
Terry Walker
Terry Walker and Al St. John
Terry Walker and Al St. John
Terry Walker
Terry Walker