Billy the Kid

Film

Westerns

 

Time Out says

As a studio, MGM was never very happy on the range - indeed its main units rarely got out there, staying in front of process screens and depending on 2nd units. This is a typically lumbering brew, with Taylor as an unlikely Billy Bonney; but then the film has little to do with 'myth', let alone any of the 'reality' behind it. Of interest only as proof of how important it was for Ford to discover Monument Valley.
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Release details

UK release:

1941

Duration:

95 mins

Cast and crew

Music:

David Snell

Art Director:

Cedric Gibbons

Cast:

Mary Howard, Lon Chaney Jr, Ian Hunter, Gene Lockhart, Robert Taylor, Brian Donlevy

Cinematography:

William V Skall, Leonard Smith

Screenwriter:

Gene Fowler

Editor:

Robert J Kern

Producer:

Irving Asher

Director:

David Miller

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