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|Bobbie Jo and the Outlaw|
|Directed by||Mark L. Lester|
|Written by||Vernon Zimmerman|
|Produced by||Mark L. Lester |
|Starring|| Lynda Carter |
|Edited by||Michael Luciano|
|Music by||Barry De Vorzon|
|Distributed by||American International Pictures|
|April 28, 1976 (LA) |
July 7, 1976 (NYC) 
Bobbie Jo and the Outlaw is a 1976 crime drama film directed by Mark L. Lester and starring Marjoe Gortner and Lynda Carter. The film marks the big screen debut of Lynda Carter and was released four months after her first appearance as television's Wonder Woman.
A young wannabe country singer named Bobbie Jo Baker (Lynda Carter) takes off from her job as a carhop waitress to join with Lyle Wheeler (Marjoe Gortner), a young modern-day Billy The Kid fan. Along the way they recruit Bobbie Jo's sister Pearl Baker (Merrie Lynn Ross) and her boyfriend "Slick" Callahan (Jesse Vint) to join them in their adventures in armed robbery, homicide and mayhem.
The film was originally to be called "Desperado" another working title was "Bobbi Jo and the Outlaw Man”. The film was shot in New Mexico. 
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