Billy Jack

Billy Jack

Tom Laughlin
Director: T.C. Frank Cast: Tom Laughlin
Tom Laughlin
, Delores Taylor
Delores Taylor
, Clark Howat
Clark Howat
T.C. Frank

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Actor/auteur Tom Laughlin created the character of Billy Jack in the motorcycle flick The Born Losers. Wandering Christlike through the Southwest, Native American Vietnam veteran Billy Jack -- soft-spoken, but well-versed in martial arts -- champions the cause of a progressive school run by Jean Roberts (Delores Taylor, Laughlin's real-life wife). The bigoted white townsfolk don't cotton to Jean's minority-group students, so they do everything they can to humiliate and physically abuse the kids. When one of her charges is cruelly coated with white flour, Billy Jack goes berserk. Thus begins an orgy of self-righteous violence, culminating with our hero being hunted down on a murder charge.

Product Details

Release Date: 05/19/2009
UPC: 0883929033003
Original Release: 1971
Rating: PG
Source: Warner Home Video
Region Code: 1
Time: 1:54:00
Sales rank: 8,217

Special Features

Closed Caption

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Tom Laughlin Billy Jack
Delores Taylor Jean Roberts
Clark Howat Sheriff Cole
Bert Freed Stuart Posner
Julie Webb Barbara
John McClure Dinosaur
Gwen Smith Angela
Kenneth Tobey Deputy
Committee Actor
Howard Hesseman Actor
Richard Stahl Council Chairman
Lynn Baker Sarah
Paul Bruce Councilman
Susan Foster Cindy
Victor Izay Doctor
Teresa Kelly Carol
Katy Moffatt Maria
Stan Rice Martin
David Roya Bernard
Debbie Schock Kit
Susan Sosa Sunshine
Mundell Lowe Conductor

Technical Credits
T.C. Frank Director
Teresa Christina Screenwriter
Frank Christina Screenwriter
Michael Dmytryk Asst. Director
Larry Heath Editor
Fred Koenekamp Cinematographer
Mundell Lowe Score Composer,Musical Direction/Supervision
Marion Rothman Editor
Mary Rose Solti Producer
John M. Stephens Cinematographer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Billy Jack
1. Six Cents a Pound [1:57]
2. Mustang Roundup (Credits; One Tin Soldier) [3:08]
3. The Law on the Reservation [3:55]
4. Father Unknown [2:17]
5. A Different Kind of School [2:56]
6. Role-Playing For Barbara [2:26]
7. Carol's Songs: Johnnie and Look, Look to the Mountain [4:09]
8. Jean's Worry (When Will Billy Love Me?) [1:56]
9. Trip into Town (Freedom Over Me); a Girl Named Up [2:23]
10. The Ice Cream Shop [2:43]
11. Going Berserk [3:39]
12. Town Square Showdown [3:48]
13. Search Warrant (A Rainbow Made of Children) [5:24]
14. City Council [2:58]
15. Who Said This? [3:57]
16. Visitors Join In [4:16]
17. Snake Ceremony [3:14]
18. The Rapture of the Vision [2:48]
19. Menacing Martin [1:55]
20. Street Theater [5:23]
21. Car Awash [6:28]
22. A Keepsake For Martin [1:44]
23. Jean Attacked [3:30]
24. Turning the Other Cheek [2:27]
25. Laid to Rest (Mary and the Jesus Babe) [3:00]
26. Taking Action (The Star-Spangled Banner, the Ring Song) [3:30]
27. Martin Kidnapped [2:17]
28. "Shoot Her" [2:43]
29. Billy's Revenge [3:17]
30. What They Both Know [5:32]
31. Hail of Bullets [3:27]
32. Make it Count [2:40]
33. More Important Than Hate [2:32]
34. Billy's Terms [2:18]
35. Surrender (One Tin Soldier) [2:12]
36. Cast List and Song Credits [:57]

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Billy Jack 3.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
If you want a good look at the hippy philosophy here it is. Plus some classic martial arts scenes. "I'm Going to put this foot on that side of your face and there is nothing you can do about it". This is the indi film that rocked the world.
BillyJack More than 1 year ago
This is a great film from 1971, and finally has been relased on crystal clear blu-ay disc! The film has never looked better on home video!
Horkott More than 1 year ago
This movie is a hoot. The production values are not what we are used to... and the pace of the movie is not as frenetic as we are accumstomed to either... but the SAPPY, LIBERAL sentimentalism redeems every flaw. The movie draws in people who love violence-- you get to see brawls and rape and other forms of humiliation--but the film wastes little time in preaching the values of tolerance and non-violence. My favorite part is when Billy Jack murders a law enforcement officer at the end and is treated like a hero. Apparently it is not self-contradictory to liberal ideals of compassion and tolerance to murder people who really deserve it. Which is why I love this movie. We are all a bundle of contradictions and Billy Jack mirrors the non sequiter of our lives back to us... We are all tragic figures.