Cry For Me, Billy (1972)

In the Wild West, the American Army are fighting the Indians, in a succession of brutal massacres. A small group of soldiers led by a Sergeant, captures and rapes a squaw, who puts up a brave fight against superior numbers. Billy, a young cowboy, will try to help her against the soldiers, and the white people in town – and ultimately will fall in love with her. But he will have to pay a dear price for love.

Director: William A. Graham.
Stars: Cliff Potts, Maria Potts, Harry Dean Stanton, Don Wilbanks, Woody Chambliss, James Gammon, William Carsterns, Roy Jenson, Richard Breeding, Floyd Baze, Wayne McLaren, John Bellah, Bud Walls, Tom McFadden.


One Comment

  1. r w kerk
    April 14, 2019

    Watched for the first time. Although it was a western, it brought me right back to the late 60’s peace and love one another generation. Reminded me of the Woodstock mud scenes when a consistently naked Maria Potts (Flower) slithering around trying to escape from her rescuers arms. All done quite tastefully. The opening credits listed Harry Dean Stanton, so I knew the film had to be worth watching. .

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