is a 1945 American Producers Releasing Corporation Western film of the Billy the Kid (film series) directed by Sam Newfield.
Fuzzy (Al St. John) is upset that the ranch hands spend their time and money at a saloon where they lose their money drinking and gambling. Fuzzy decides to buy the saloon to keep an eye on the men and moderate their vices, but a shifty lawyer has other ideas and plans to use murder to get his way.
- Buster Crabbe as Billy Carson
- Al St. John as Fuzzy Jones
- Sydney Logan as Ruth Lane
- Charles King (actor) as Butch
- Emmett Lynn as Webb aka Webfoot
- Kermit Maynard as Henchman Curt
- Ed Cassidy (actor) as Sheriff
- I. Stanford Jolley as Lawyer Horace Black
- George Chesebro as Dent, Black Henchman
- Karl Hackett as Old Man Taylor, Bar Owner
- Michael Owen (actor) as Jimmy Lane, Ruth's Brother
Category:1940s Western (genre) films
Category:Billy the Kid (film series)
Category:American Western (genre) films