The Legend of Billie Jean

Synopsis: Average Texas teen, Billie Jean Davy, is caught up in an odd fight for justice. She is usually followed and harrased around by local boys, who, one day, decide to trash her brother's scooter for fun. The boys' father refuses to pay them back the price of the scooter. The fight for "fair is fair" takes the teens around the state and produces an unlikely hero.
Genre: Action, Drama
Director(s): Matthew Robbins
Production: TriStar Pictures
Rotten Tomatoes:
96 min

Good Morning Corpus Christi!

This is Jimmy J. Judge voice of the Texas Riviera.

They say, 'Some like it hot' - well some

of you are going to burn today.

I'm coming!

Hurry! I don't want to be late!

Why is it always so hot?

Woo! Woohoo! Yeah! Hey look at her!

Come on baby!

Hello who this!


Ok, Eleanor you're on the air!

Now tell it to the Judge.

I love you Jimmy J!

Well that makes two of us, Eleanor.

Line 3, you're on the air. This is Dave.

Where can I get some shade man? Sun is too much!

Just crawl back under that rock. I'm kidding, Dave.

You always got a friend in court.

Line 2, tell it to the Judge!

You get vanilla?

No. They ran out of it.

Strawberry? You bought strawberry?

Binx don't you ever get tired of vanilla?

Hey, Binx how about a piece of tail?

Mmm, taste good.

Get your hand of that!

Off what? Your sister or your fagmobile?

Ooo wee! Right in his face!

You better check it out first.

Why? I'm hot.

The alligators.

Well I can handle alligators.

You're not fooling anymore.

Billie Jean?

Billie Jean! Billie Jean!

Looking for me. You are going to get it.

Billie Jean?


Tell me about Vermont?


Never gets hot? How many times you have to hear this?

It gets hot but not like this.

I know. Clean hot.

Green mountain state. Got leaves

that turn colors and snow in the winter time.

Long cabins! Ski lifts! Snow prowls! Snowballs!

How come I have such a weird brother?

Snowball fights!

And no alligators.

Hey! Leave it!

Come on, Hubie, now it's not a toy!

He's dead.


Look, Hubie, I'm real sorry all right.

He didn't mean nothing by it.

Leave it, fart-face!

No. Don't!

The bastard.

Don't worry we'll get it back.

Spent all that money and

now here you are broken hearted.

Wasn't his fault.

Fault doesn't matter.

It's what you end up with is what matters.

'Member what happened to your daddy.

Oh mom, come on.

Loved to go fast just like you. I'm relieved that

darn bike is gone. Are you gon' eat those?

Oh that's him. Where's my pumps?

What time you coming home?

Late I hope.

You think this one will be different, Billie Jean?

Oh he looks nice.

Let him see your eyes. You got pretty eyes.

Now, Binx, don't you worry honey.

He won't bring it back. Not Hubie Pyatt.

Yes he will. He's just getting even.

Eat your supper.

He better not hurt that bike.

He better not even scratch it.

What did I tell ya.

I'm getting my bike back.

Come back here. Binx! Come back here!

Look at those tits.

I think they're gross.

That's cause you don't have any.

Why carry them? You think I want to look like that.

Wouldn't hurt.

Get the keys to the car! We gonna go!

How far my dad needs it.

The police station. Now hurry up!

Where's Binx? Did he get in trouble?

What did he do? Can I come, Billie Jean?

I just love police stations.

I thought you were grounded.

I am.

Did you see that guy?

Come on! Move it!

Well, I think it's best to wait a day or two

before I complicate things.

You don't know my brother.

That scooter is his whole life.

Billie jean. You're a very pretty girl. This Hubie

was probably just trying to get your attention.

I have a feeling he'll bring your brother's

motor scooter back.

What kind was it?

Honda Elite.

My dad left him some insurance money.

Hubie won't bring back.

How do you know?

Cause he's a f***er that's how I know.

She always talks like that.

Well, I'll tell you what I'll do. Here's my card. If that

Honda isn't back on your lawn in two days you'll give me-

We live in Breeze Haven.

All right in front of your trailer then.

Give me a call.

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Mark Rosenthal

Mark David Rosenthal is an American screenwriter and film director and long-time writing partner of Lawrence Konner. more…

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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