Too many Brando-isms start to creep in his favorite: smoothing his hair down while grimacing , and the actor's natural intensity eventually works against him be honest: would you really want to hang out with Billy Jack? If there were any doubts about the motives the Laughlins may have had for including violence in a film like Billy Jack that espouses non-violence, those doubts are laid to rest in The Trial of Billy Jack.
Did you know it was going to be about the election? All three men are taken to hospital, but while Mullett and Frost are only bruised, George Toolan dies from his injuries.
She worked for a local sandwich maker and Frost is convinced she was having an affair with someone.
He, the brilliant, volatile man with immense personality and charm.
Did the fact that it was about this political climate make you more excited? That studio, 20th Century-Fox, got production rolling in the spring of 1970, but once again, outside the confines of the Laughlin contract, they began to edit the film prior to Tom Laughlin's final cut Laughlin insists it was Richard Zanuck, cutting out among other scenes, the town council sequence where characters bad-mouthed then-President Richard Nixon.