Billy Jack 35th Anniversary Ultimate Collection

Billy Jack 35th Anniversary Ultimate Collection

DVD - 2005 | Widescreen version
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In "Born losers" (1967), Billy Jack, a mixed-race Native American, ex-Green Beret, and Vietnam vet, just wants to be left alone but when a vicious motorcycle gang launches a reign of terror on a small town, he finds he must stand up and fight while others hide in fear. In "Billy Jack" (1971) , Billy returns to live in solitude on an Arizona Indian reservation and becomes the protector of its progressive Freedom School for troubled youth and to the idealistic woman who runs it. In "The trial of Billy Jack" (1974), Billy is put on trial for two killings he committed in self-defense while protecting the Freedom School from the small-town Arizona bigots. In "Billy Jack goes to Washington" (1977), Billy is elected as the junior Senator from Arizona in 1976. Arriving in Washington, he discovers that the respected senior Senator from Arizona and a business tycoon are secretly planning to build a nuclear plant in the pristine Arizona landscape.
Contents: Disc 1. Born losers (113 min.)
Disc 2. Billy Jack (118 min.)
Disc 3. The trial of Billy Jack (171 min.)
Disc 4. Billy Jack goes to Washington (114 min.)
Disc 5. Bonus
Publisher: Thousand Oaks, Calif. : Ventura Distribution, c2005
Edition: Widescreen version
Characteristics: 5 videodiscs (ca. 600 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in


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