Billy the Kid

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Bil·ly the Kid

See William H. Bonney.

Billy the Kid

(Biography) nickname of William H. Bonney. 1859–81, US outlaw

Bil′ly the Kid′

(William H. Bonney) 1859–81, U.S. outlaw.
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The appearance of Burns's Saga of Billy the Kid [1926], Tombstone: An Iliad of the Southwest [1927], and The Robin Hood of El Dorado: The Saga of Joaquin Murrieta [1932], led to his sudden, exploding reputation as a best-selling, first-rate storyteller of frontier legends.
He said: "After I googled Billy the Kid, I said, 'Oh my gosh, he looks like Pat Garrett'.
Haws, a former sales engineer and sales manager, country music manager and record producer, magazine publisher, cattleman, math instructor, and internet college textbook retailer, argues that Brushy Bill Roberts' claim that he was Billy the Kid is invalid.
Billy The Kid was first presented as part of Brighton Fringe last year, then had a week-long run at the Etcetera Theatre in Camden.
His whole life he was searching for a home," said filmmaker John Maggio, who directed a documentary about Billy the Kid, reported (http://latino.
There's only one photo of Billy the Kid and I think that's why it captivates people's imagination," she said.
DENVER, Colorado: Notorious Wild West gunslinger Billy the Kid paid 25 cents to have his photograph taken outside a New Mexico saloon in late 1880 or early 1881.
They are reverse images, and the Billy the Kid tintype led to the mistaken belief that the Kid was a "lefty".
The photograph was owned by the descendants of Dan Dedrick, who was given the photo by his cattle rustling partner, Billy the Kid himself.
Delving deep into his family history the former hash baron claims to have uncovered a remarkable bloodline which links him to none other than legendary outlaw, Billy the Kid.
In the 1800s, Billy the Kid was known far and wide as a cattle rustler, a gunslinger, and a cold-blooded killer.