by Richard W. Etulain
Interest in the Kid remains uniformly high, but the predominant images of him in the past half century in histories, biographies, novels, and films have notably shifted.
A similar find was valued at around $5 million in 2015.
by Bruce Chadwick
There's a new play about Billy the Kid produced by Bruce Willis. Our reviewer was not impressed.
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José María Galante says he was tortured by an infamous enforcer of the Franco dictatorship in the 1970s and is seeking to prosecute the man in an Argentine court.
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