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List of works about Billy the Kid

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The True Life of Billy the Kid first appeared in print in August 1881

Hundreds of songs, books, motion pictures, radio and television programs, and plays have been inspired by the story of the outlaw Billy the Kid.[1] Depictions of him in popular culture have fluctuated between a cold-blooded murderer without a heart and a sentimental hero fighting for justice.[2] The Texas historian, J. Frank Dobie, wrote many years ago in A Vaquero of the Brush Country (1929): "...Billy the Kid will always be interesting, will always appeal to the popular imagination".[3] While a plethora of writers and filmmakers have depicted Billy the Kid as the personification of either heroic youth or juvenile punk,[4] a few have attempted to portray a more complex character.[5] In any case, the dramatic aspects of his short life and violent death still appeal to popular taste,[6] and he remains an icon of teenage rebellion and nonconformity.[7] The mythologizing of his story continues with new works in various media.[8][9]

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Comics

Billy the Kid #9 (Nov. 1957).

Literature

  • El asesino desinteresado Bill Harrigan (1935), a short story by Jorge Luis Borges, part of the series A Universal History of Infamy
  • The Authentic Life of Billy, the Kid (1882), a biography and partly first-hand account written by Pat Garrett, sheriff of Lincoln County, New Mexico
  • Billy The Kid (1958), a serial poem by Jack Spicer[11]
  • Billy the Kid: A Short and Violent Life (1989), a modern, comprehensive biography by Robert Utley[12]
  • El bandido adolescente (1965), by Ramón J. Sender.[13]
  • The Collected Works of Billy the Kid: Left-Handed Poems, by Michael Ondaatje, 1970 biography in the form of experimental poetry[14]
  • The Illegal Rebirth of Billy the Kid (1991) is a science fiction novel by Rebecca Ore[15]
  • Anything for Billy (1988) is a fictionalized account of Billy's last year by Larry McMurtry[16]
  • The Kid (2016), a novel of Billy the Kid's life by Ron Hansen[17]
  • Whatever Happened to Billy the Kid, by Helen Airy, Sunstone Press; 1st Edition (2005), ISBN 978-0865341852. In it Billy the Kid escapes from Pat Garrett and lives out his life as John Miller[18][19]

Film

Note that both 1911 films portrayed Billy as a girl impersonating a boy.

Music

Stage

Radio

  • The first episode of the Gunsmoke radio series, broadcast on April 2, 1952 and titled "Billy the Kid", purports to tell of Billy's first murder as a runaway boy and credits Matt Dillon with giving him the "Billy the Kid" moniker.[66]
  • The CBS radio series Crime Classics told the story of Billy the Kid in its October 21, 1953 episode (#17) titled "Billy Bonney – Bloodletter". The episode featured Sam Edwards as Billy the Kid and William Conrad as Pat Garrett.[67]

Television

Video games

References

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