“Billy the Kid Wanted” is a Western film released in 1941 and directed by Sam Newfield. The movie follows the story of the infamous outlaw Billy the Kid, played by Buster Crabbe, as he tries to clear his name and avoid capture by the law.
The movie begins with Billy the Kid being wrongly accused of robbing a stagecoach and killing the driver. He is being pursued by a posse led by Sheriff Pat Garrett, played by Al St. John. Along the way, Billy meets up with his old friend Fuzzy Jones, played by Al “Fuzzy” St. John, who agrees to help him clear his name.
As Billy and Fuzzy try to gather evidence to prove Billy’s innocence, they discover that the real culprit behind the robbery is a local businessman named Ross Taylor, played by Charles King. Ross Taylor is a wealthy and powerful man who is intent on getting rid of Billy so that he can continue his criminal activities without interference.
Billy and Fuzzy must use all their wits and fighting skills to outsmart Ross Taylor and his gang, as well as evade the law, which is closing in on them. Along the way, Billy falls in love with a local girl named Betty, played by Anne Jeffreys, who helps him in his quest for justice.
In the end, Billy is able to prove his innocence and clear his name, with the help of Fuzzy and Betty. He also manages to bring Ross Taylor and his gang to justice, and he rides off into the sunset with Betty by his side.
Buster Crabbe, Al St. John, Dave O’Brien