Shed A Tear (Billy's Home Coming). Vocals – Lynn Baker (tracks: B5), Michelle Wilson (2) (tracks: A1), Teresa Laughlin (tracks: A3, A6). Written-By – Delores Taylor (tracks: A1), Elmer Bernstein (tracks: A1), John Lennon And Paul McCartney (tracks: B6), Lynn Baker (tracks: B5), Teresa Laughlin (tracks: A3, A6). Notes. Some copies have "853" stamped into the top-left-hand corner on the back cover. Matrix, Runout (Side A Label): ABCD-853-A.
William Robert Laughlin (July 5, 1932 – August 31, 1948) was an American child actor. He is best known for playing the character Froggy in the Our Gang short films in its final stretch, from 1940 to 1944. Laughlin was born on July 5, 1932 in San Gabriel, California, to Robert Vine Laughlin (August 28, 1901 – September 30, 1972) and Charlotte C. Cruikshank (March 11, 1903 – June 4, 1992). According to Our Gang actor Robert Blake, Billy 'Froggy' Laughlin was a dearly loved, sweet, gentle soul
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Tom Laughlin Billy Jack. Delores Taylor Jean Roberts. Victor Izay Doc. Teresa Kelly Carol (as Teresa Laughlin). Sara Lane Russell (as Russell Lane). Geo Anne Sosa Joanne. Rolling Thunder Thunder Mountain. William Wellman Jr. National Guardsman. Michelle Wilson Michelle. Jason Clark Cowboy Sandra Ego Indian Maiden.
Billy Jack (Tom Laughlin) goes to court facing an involuntary manslaughter charge stemming from events in the earlier film. He is found guilty and sentenced to a prison term. Meanwhile, the kids at the Freedom School-an experimental school for runaways and troubled youth on a Native American reservation in Arizona-vow to rebuild the school. it's a mess, but it's a fascinating mess. Despite its initial commercial success, it marked the effective end of success for the Billy Jack series. It was followed by another film, Billy Jack Goes to Washington in 1977, which never saw widespread theatrical release. A fifth movie, The Return of Billy Jack filmed in 1985-86, was never completed and remains unreleased.