Bad Jim is a 1990 Western film written and directed by Clyde Ware. B.D. Sweetman (Josh Brolin), John Coleman (John Clark Gable) and July (Richard Roundtree) are three bandits with an unusual life philosophy. Unlike the hardened and ruthless criminals who roam the rough landscape of the Wild West, the three friends try a softer, gentler approach. Although they have few qualms about robbing innocent people, they never want to stoop to murder. As a solution to their dilemma, B.D., John and July manage to get their hands on one of Billy the Kid's horses. When they approach their targets, all they have to do is hint that they are members of Billy the Kid's gang. Their targets are so intimidated that the three bandits never have to use physical force. However, life as an outlaw is tough, and the three wonder how long they can survive without giving in to their darker natures.