Billy Jack (1971)

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Ex-Green Beret hapkido expert saves wild horses from being slaughtered for dog food and helps protect a desert "freedom school" for runaway.


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  • Delores Taylor in Billy Jack (1971)
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  • Tom Laughlin in Billy Jack (1971)
  • Delores Taylor in Billy Jack (1971)
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Contract disputes between Tom Laughlin and various producers caused the film to change hands between three different film studios, and delaying its release for three years. In 1973, Laughlin filed a $51 million lawsuit against Warner studios for "improperly ... ...


Quotes

Billy Jack: Being an Indian is not a matter of blood... it's a way of life.


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The quote read at the town meeting and attributed to Adolf Hitler was originally published in a minor Communist magazine. In the 1960s, the quote was used by the radical media to advance the anti-war cause. It was also quoted by public figures who sympathized with the movement, including Senator Edmund Muskie and Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas.

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Action | Drama

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