Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Small-but-wiry Bob Steele plays the title role in the PRC western Billy the Kid's Range War. Once again rewriting history, the script contrives to have honest Billy falsely accused of a series of killings. The actual murderers are trying to sabotage an under-construction stagecoach road. Hiring on as a stage driver, Billy not only clears his name but corrals the crooks. He also exposes the brains behind the scheme, who turns out to be a supposedly respectable peacekeeper. Ubiquitous PRC cowboy sidekick Al St. John shows up in his customary role of Fuzzy Q. Jones to offer Billy some much-needed assistance.
bad-guy, bank, contract, cowboy, criminal, false-accusation, farming, gangster, good-guy, government, investigation, IRA (Irish Republican Army), killing, leader, murder, outlaw [Western], range, range-war, robbery, sheriff, stagecoach, war