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Born Losers: The first film in which the character Billy Jack ever appeared. Tom Laughlin had written Billy Jack back in the 1950s, but couldnt get anyone interested in a film about Indians half-breed or otherwise. Tom Laughlin toned down the Indian and political themes in order to get Born Losers made. It became a very successful independent film! Billy Jack: The film that broke the mold. Billy Jack was, once again, the largest grossing independent film of all time. People saw Billy Jack 25 times or more than any movie in history until Star Wars. From the karate to the Native American spirituality, to the Freedom School, to the racial tolerance, few films have ever been this successful or stuck their necks out so far. The Trial of Billy Jack: The Trial of Billy Jack not only broke every box-office record for its day, it forever changed the way motion pictures were distributed. It was for the release of The Trial of Billy Jack that Tom Laughlin created the mega-multiple release that included the first-ever use of national TV advertising for a motion picture. Billy Jack Goes To Washington: Perhaps the most controversial film of all. Twenty years before Senators like Bradley, Rudman, Cohen, and Pell quit saying the U.S. Senate is so corrupt it doesnt work anymore, Billy Jack Goes to Washington told a story straight out of the headlines. At the Washington premiere one Senator exploded, vowing to do everything in his power to make sure Billy Jack Goes to Washington was never released.
Billy Jack 35th Anniversary Ultimate Collection
These are the four movies that feature the “Billy Jack” character created by and for Tom Loughlin that illustrated his... Read more
Odd movie...Billy Jack is best part of the movie...the rest is for hippies.Published 5 months ago by JayDee
Billy Jack is as cool as a western customer as they come. This is a classic character, while not as gritty as some that may follow, was a great one for the classic screen.Published 6 months ago by KD
I seen it when I was younger and I was thrilled to find it on Amazon. He was my hero.Published 23 months ago by Migdalia Rios
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No, even though it says it is captioned on the description page on Amazon, the movies are not captioned.
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