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Billy the Kid in Texas Quotes

Billy the Kid in Texas is a television show that first aired in 1970 . Billy the Kid in Texas completed its run in 1970.

It features Sigmund Neufeld (producer) as producer, and Jack Greenhalgh as head of cinematography.

Billy the Kid in Texas is recorded in English and originally aired in United States. Each episode of Billy the Kid in Texas is 52 minutes long. Billy the Kid in Texas is distributed by Producers Releasing Corporation.

The cast includes: Al St. John as Fuzzy Jones, Frank LaRue as Jim Morgan, and Terry Walker as Mary Barton.

Billy the Kid in Texas Quotes

Terry Walker as Mary Barton

  • (Gil Bonney, aka Gil Cooper) "I hate to see you go, Billy."
  • (Terry Walker) "Won't you change your mind and stay?"
  • (Billy the Kid) "No, Fuzzy and I sort of have a hankerin' to travel on."
  • (Terry Walker) "You'll let us here from you?"
  • (Billy the Kid) "Sure. Maybe some day our trails will cross again. Who knows? Goodbye, Mary."
  • (Terry Walker) "Goodbye, Billy."

Al St. John as Fuzzy Jones

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