Billy the Kid in Santa Fe/Wild Horse Valley [DVD]
- SKU: 16591083
- Release Date: 01/29/2008
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PRC's "Billy the Kid" series had two different stars over a six-year period. Bob Steele plays the title role in 1941's Billy the Kid in Santa Fe. Framed on a murder charge, Billy heads to guess what New Mexico town. Here he teams with the brother of the murder victim to extract a confession from the real killer. This 66-minute sagebrusher was the sixth of PRC's "Billy the Kid" entries; in late 1941, Bob Steele would be succeeded in the starring role by Buster Crabbe. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi
Wild Horse Valley
In his penultimate Western for low-budget company Metropolitan, Bob Steele's horse Pirate, "one of the finest Arabian stallions in the West," is stolen by Ted Adams in a daring attempt to lure mares belonging to local ranchers into secret Wild Horse Valley. The ploy, of course, backfires and Adams and his unsavory partners are arrested for rustling. Perhaps the nadir of his long screen career, Steele's Metropolitan series came to a merciful end with the eighth entry, Pinto Canyon (1940). ~ Hans J. Wollstein, Rovi
Cast & Crew
- Steve Clark
- Curley Dresden
- Kenne Duncan
- Frank Ellis
- Karl Hackett