Billy the Kid (1941) was a Biographical - Drama Film directed by Frank Borzage and David Miller and produced by Irving Asher.
Academy Awards 1941 --- Ceremony Number 14 (source: AMPAS)
|Best Cinematography||William V. Skall, Leonard Smith||Nominated|
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Billy the Kid Versus Dracula Directed by William Beaudine Written by Carl K. Hittleman 1966/USA Circle Productions Inc. First viewing/Amazon Prime Dr. Henrietta Hull: Well, if I didn’t know better, I’d say it was the work of a vampire. William ‘Billy the Kid’ Bonney: Vampire?... Read full article
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Edith: Jim's got roots here.
Billy: I got a horse and the west is wide.
Billy: Yeah, I'll play along, Hickey. You just keep four aces in the deck.
Eric Keating: You know, things are going to happen in this country. Guns and shooting are going out. Law and order is on the march. You better look out or they'll run you over. The good people want to live together as good, peaceful citizens. And when they get together, there isn't a man fast enough on the draw or tough enough to stand against them. Not even Hannibal, Napolean or Billy the Kid.
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Maureen O'Sullivan was initially cast in the role of "Edith Keating" but left to be with her husband, director John Farrow, who was with the RCAF in Canada.
This MGM Movie had Swedish Censorship number 63.152, and the movie was banned from showing at Swedish cinemas. MGM cut off 106 meters, and tried again this time the Censor number was 63.243, the Censor board cut another five meters, and it was allowed to be shown to everyone over 15 y/o.
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