Billy the Kid - Trapped

Another wonderful B Western starring Buster Crabbe as Billy Carson and Al St. John as his comic sidekick Fuzzy Q. Jones. In this outing, a bandit posing as Billy manages to pin several crimes on Our Hero. Cleverly eluding the law (never mind the film's title), Billy endeavors to track down his impostor and put him behind bars. The plot is resolved by a typical PRC fistfight, which as usual is more energetic than expert. Young Anne Jeffreys, a starlet on the threshold of bigger things, is definitely an improvement over the standard western ingenue.

Year: 1942
Genre: Westerns, Classic Adventure
Country: USA
Director: Sam Newfield
Starring: Larry 'Buster' Crabbe, Fuzzy St John
Duration: 59 Minutes
Rating: PG
Location in store: Classic Adventure



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