A gang of robbers steals the deed to the Pecos Ranch and kill the family. The young son escapes, and years later he returns to the ranch to find the killers and reclaim his property.


(as Harry Fraser)


(original story), (screenplay)




Cast overview:
James Grayson
Doc Evans
Eric Grayson (as Wally Wales)
Jose (as Earl Dwyer)
Chuck - Henchman

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A land robber orders his cutthroats to steal the deed to the Pecos Rancho, land originally granted by the King of Spain. The owners are killed but their son escapes. Years later, he returns as the Pecos Kid to reclaim his family's heritage. Written by Ray Hamel <hamel@primate.wisc.edu>

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Gripping action blazes...As The Pecos Kid Brings Justice To A Wild West!





Release Date:

4 April 1935 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Ambição de Ouro  »

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1.37 : 1
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The earliest documented telecasts of this film took place in New York City Monday 28 August 1948 on WATV (Channel 13), in San Francisco Wednesday 14 September 1949 on KGO (Channel 7), and in Los Angeles Wednesday 7 June 1950 on KTSL (Channel 2). See more »

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The Pecos. Kid.
21 March 2006 | by (Vancouver) – See all my reviews

Highly amusing little western that showcases one Fred Kohler Junior as the title character. While Kohler is certainly imposing (frankly he looks HUGE) I am not too sure about Mr. Kohler's acting background, but I think he needed some brush ups. Half of the amusement in this movie is to watch how he's going to screw up next. From his strange line delivery, putting pauses on sentences that really shouldn't be there ("You're right Mr,.. Evans.") to his camera miscues. Actually, I'm not to sure Mr. Kohler is in fault with that, because the editing in this one is quite bad. And if I'm commenting on it, then that must mean something. Bonus points also for Earl Dwyer as a Mexican servant (named "Jose") with the most hilarious delivery of "Pecos!" ever. Watch st your own risk.

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