Fuera de la ley
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Fuera de la ley (Spain 1964 / Director: León Klimovsky)
- Runtime: 91 min
- Release Date: 9.7.1964
Also known as
Furia de la ley (Italy) | Alle frontiere del Texas (Italy) | L'uomo dell'O.K. Corrall (Italy) | Billy le Kid (France) | Billy the Kid
Cast and crew
- Cast: George Martin (Billy Carter), Jack Taylor ('Blackie' Black), Juny Brunell (Helen Price), Tomás Blanco (Tom Carter), Luis Induni (John Price), Tota Alba (Mrs Carter), Margot Cottens (Mrs Price), Gaspar 'Indio' González [as Indio Gonzalez](Black henchman), Aldo Sambrell (Sheriff Cox), Esther Grant (Marie Carter), Lorenzo Robledo (Jim, deputy), Henri Macedo, Enrique Núñez (Donovan, Rancher), José Luis Lizalde [as Zalde](bartender), Simón Arriaga (Brewster, rancher), Claudio Denis, Alberto Dalbés (Captain Harkell), Joaquin Parra (Jack Desmond)
- Screenplay: Ángel del Castillo, S. G. Monner, Bob Sirens
- Cinematography: John Pitcher (Manuel Sanjuán) [Technicolor - Panoramico 1,66:1]
- Music: Daniel J. White
- Producers: Marius LeSoeur, Esther Cruz
Tom Carter, his wife and his son Billy, live quietly on the family farm until a dispute arises between him and his rich neighbour John Price who organizes a punitive expedition against Carter. Billy is sent to Littleton by his father and when he returns he finds the house burnt down, his father killed and his mother injured. The cautious sheriff prefers to conclude to an accident despite Billy's insistance. So Billy decides to take the law into his own hands...
Some sources say this Spanish pre-FoD western is a version of the Billy the Kid legend. At least some of the alternative titles seem to confirm this.