Billie the Kid

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United States outlaw who was said to have killed 21 men (1859-1881)

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Dworkin's treatment of Burns's book on Billy the Kid, the longest section of American Mythmaker, illustrates the author's approach to his subject.
As part of his research, he visited the Billy the Kid museum in New Mexico, where he met outlaw expert Tim Sweet.
Livestock presents Billy The Kid: His Life in Music, starring Rex Horan and |Chris Johnston as two ageing cowboys claiming to have known Billy The Kid
Former New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson had talked about posthumously pardoning Billy the Kid at the request of various people who believe they are his descendants.
Marks believes his great aunt's half-brother Madoc, apparently a direct descendant of his princely namesake, was the son of a man whose family was part of Jesse James' gang, and that his own great-grandfather was half-brother of Billy the Kid.
Billy the Kid is long dead and buffed, and so is the Sheriff who shot him in 1881.
To some, Billy the Kid has always been a Western hero; to others he was a crazed killer.
95) showcases authentic ballads, stories, insults, frontier etiquette, art, poetry, wisdom, and tall tales in celebration of such legendary bad men as Sam Bass, Jesse James, Billy the Kid, Cole Younger, John Hardy, and more.
During his 24-year tenure, Reid appeared in more than 90 ballets and over 140 roles, including leads in Don Quixote, Giselle, Limon's The Moor's Pavane, and Loring's Billy the Kid.
Ronnie O'Sullivan blazed his way into the quarterfinals of the Royal London Watches Grand Prix in Aberdeen - and then declared he wanted to be like Billy the Kid.
95) tells of the weary sheriff of Dog City who plans retirement until he hears Billy the Kid goat is headed for town.
DON'S A MIX between Billy the Kid, Captain Jack Sparrow, and Bruce Leroy all rolled into one.
The set, which also includes DVD debuts of "Ride the High Country," "The Ballad of Cable Hogue" and "Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid," comes complete with commentary and featurettes by noted Peckinpah scholars.
He said: "I've always dreamed of playing Billy The Kid and I suppose the part of Lancelot is as close as I've come so far.
The American West, too, has produced legends about such dubious figures as Jesse James and Billy the Kid, and even more recently Bonnie and Clyde.