The Complete Billy Jack Collection
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Experience the legend like never before!
These four groundbreaking, action-packed classics from 70s pop culture icon Billy Jack feature all of the fast-kicking, politically aware stories that had audiences cheering. Influencing action films for decades, the Billy Jack films broke the mold with their unique hero, a half-American Indian/half white ex-Green Beret bent on correcting injustice and hypocrisy to help America reach its full potential.
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Most everyone remembers the cheesy little original movie that as teenagers we all loved, but it's nice to watch them all together and see how the story unfolds. In the fourth, again the "establishment" is after Indian land, this time for a nuclear plant, and Billy Jack is tricked into being appointed a senator by an old friend of his father's. Anyone who thinks he is going to lay down and roll over when his beloved Native Americans and Jean's school are in danger, doesn't know Billy Jack. This was some of Laughlin's best work.
The package arrived almost immediately and in good shape, so kudos to the seller too! I recommend all ex-hippies and young wannabes to take advantage of this great deal in a movie set.
The major problem I have with these particular DVDs is the sound quality. It's almost like the sound is a recording of a recording (that's not a typo) of the dialogue and soundtrack.
These are not the best drama movies to watch. They are more educational and shows how people were treated differently 40 years ago.
I bought them because Tom Laughlin is a very good actor for the part.
The movies were well reproduced and the picture quality was as good or better than what was shown on Big Screen back in the 70's. Sound quality was well reprodeuced also. Unlike some remakes, this one came through very well on my home theater. But the ultimate comment is that this was a B movie when it was released and it is still a B movie today. however for nostalgia, it is worth the price.