Resurrection of Broncho Billy

Mark McCain was as important to the show as the Rifleman himself. Let's talk about his sweet nature and sensitivity. Always learning from Lucas, sometimes the hard way, fear of losing his only parent, times he got into trouble, their respect for each other, and how he was portrayed as a motherless kid but had the insight and determination of a disciplined adult.
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Re: Resurrection of Broncho Billy

Post by Deneen » Mon May 15, 2017 3:54 pm

Rhiannon:23269 wrote:Oh wow, you DID? Can't wait!

Thank you for coming up with so many subjects, you're much better at that than I am : )
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Re: Resurrection of Broncho Billy

Post by Deneen » Mon May 15, 2017 3:55 pm

bobby88:57814 wrote:I just watched this earlier today and it was excellent. In my opinion, it seemed like a commentary on how society tends to look down on people who are different, and Johnny played the part of Billy beautifully.

That mugging scene was hard to watch, but you know what I found even more unsettling? When Billy tells the cashier at the concession stand that he just got into "one hell of a fight" and has obvious bruising on his face to prove it, the cashier just deadpans "That'll be 26¢." as if he didn't say anything at all! Not "Are you okay?" or "Do you need me to call for help?", just gave him his total. That's cold and sadly, probably not terribly uncommon.
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Re: Resurrection of Broncho Billy

Post by Markisddg » Thu Nov 02, 2017 8:03 pm

I also enjoyed Bronco Billy and it was the best thing Johnny did after Rifleman. I’m going to go watch that again.

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Resurrection of Broncho Billy (1970)

Post by BronchoBilly » Tue Oct 23, 2018 12:29 am

JOHNNY CRAWFORD
Broncho Billy (1970)
Academy Award short film
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Re: Resurrection of Broncho Billy

Post by Howard » Tue Oct 23, 2018 4:32 pm

When I first saw this thread title,
This is what I thought of...
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Q: What did the farmer say when he couldn't find his tractor?
A: Anyone seen my tractor?

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Re: Resurrection of Broncho Billy

Post by BronchoBilly » Fri Oct 26, 2018 3:43 am

October 25, 2018
Dennis Hackin the writer
of the Clint Eastwood movie
Bronco Billy (1980)
told me he was inspired by the story
of my short film
“The Resurrection Of Broncho Billy” (1970)

Bronco Billy
Clint Eastwood
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Bronco Billy (1980) - IMDb
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Jun 11, 1980 · Bronco Billy McCoy
is the proud owner of a small traveling
Wild West show.
Written by Dennis Hackin
Director: Clint Eastwood

Bronco Billy (1980) - Wikipedia
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Music by: Snuff Garrett
Release date: June 11, 1980
Starring: Clint Eastwood, Sondra Locke
Bronco Billy is a 1980 American film
starring Clint Eastwood and Sondra Locke.
It was directed by Eastwood and
written by Dennis Hackin.

JOHNNY CRAWFORD
3 Short Films on Vimeo
https://vimeo.com/album/5509978 —- video
1. BRONCHO BILLY (1970)
2. THE PICNIC (1968)
3. THE BOX MOVIE (1968)
JOHN LONGENECKER
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