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Call of the Coyote: A Legend of the Golden West (1934)

 -  Western  -  February 1934 (USA)
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A cowboy protects a little girl whose father was murdered by bandits after his gold mine, and now they are after her.

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Cast

Cast overview:
Pat Carlyle ...
Don Adios
Merrill McCormick ...
Chuck Reynolds / Jim Barrett
Marie Bracco ...
Dolly Barrett (as Baby Mary Bracco)
Sally Darling ...
Jane (as Sally Dolling)
Charles Stevens ...
Pancho
Bartlett A. Carre ...
Doctor (as Barthlett Carrie)
Morgan Galloway ...
Buffalo
Wallace Shepard ...
Henchman Red
Jack Pollard ...
Jay
Howard Fossett ...
Henchman Pete (as Howard Fosset)
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A little girl's father is killed because he has a hidden gold mine and the killer wants it. The little girl has the map to the mine but doesn't know it. Everybody else knows it but doesn't know where it is. The little orphan-girl gets "adopted" or "looked-after" by Don Adios and his two sidekicks, who search for the killer and save the gold mine for their 'protege.' Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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Western

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Approved
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1.37 : 1
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Remade as The Irish Gringo (1935) See more »

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bruutaaaaaallllll!!!
16 August 2001 | by (San Francisco Bay Area, USA) – See all my reviews

From Don Adios' bad Spanish accent, to PICTURES of canyons in the scenes, this one put me to sleep several times during viewing. You'll have to get a copy of this movie to believe how bad a film can be!! I'm still recovering from Don Adios' desire of wanting to remember others by either cutting a piece of their hair or clothes!!


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