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Tom Laughlin, Star of “Billy Jack” Has Died

December 16, 2013
Tom Laughlin, Star of “Billy Jack” Has Died

Tom Laughlin, the stoic and flawed hero of the Billy Jack movies has died at age 82. It was Laughlin’s “Billy Jack” that inspired me to invest a lifetime studying martial arts. Laughlin’s character was more tangible than the more distant battles of Bruce Lee, and “Billy Jack” was played out in a contemporary “cowboy […]

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