A half Mexican, half Irish gunman called The Irish Gringo and his pals come across a little girl wandering in the desert. It turns out her grandfather was murdered by a gang looking for the... See full summary »

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(as Wm. C. Thompson), (uncredited)

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(as Patrick Petersalia), (as Patrick Petersalia)
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Pat Carlyle ...
Karlyn May ...
Anita
Marjorie Medford ...
Sally
Don Orlando ...
Pancho
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Pop Wiley
Milburn Morante ...
Buffalo (as Milt Morante)
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Malone
Ace Cain ...
Ace Lewis
Elena Durán ...
Carlotta (as Elena Duran)
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Henchman Rawlins
Rudolf Cornell ...
Jimmy Melton (as Rudolph Cornell)
Fox O'Callahan ...
Henchman (as Foxy O'Callahan)
Chito Montaya ...
Band Leader (as Chito Montoya's Orchestra)
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A half Mexican, half Irish gunman called The Irish Gringo and his pals come across a little girl wandering in the desert. It turns out her grandfather was murdered by a gang looking for the Lost Dutchman mine, a map of which is drawn on the shirt she is wearing, and now the outlaws are after her. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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1 December 1935 (USA)  »

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1.37 : 1
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According to an article in the Feb. 1936 issue of The Hollywood Reporter, Western Film Labs and Afga foreclosed on and repossessed the negative of this film for nonpayment of lab fees. See more »

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Lost Dutchman Mine indeed!
1 January 2001 | by (Long Island Motor Parkway) – See all my reviews

I found this movie while searching for movies about the "Lost Dutchman Mine," but beware, there is no treasure hunt here, no gold, & really nothing to connect this film to the Lost Dutchman aside from a map scrawled on a shirt. As customary for westerns released around this time (the copyright is 1935), there's plenty of music, but this film takes its music a few steps further than most! There's an instrumental Mexican music & dance number. Then there's a song performed by "Professor Paul Blackman" (the screen name of the African-American who performs the song), who is a one-man band (& actually, this is the best song in the movie!). Finally, there's a light operatic number sung by a Jeanette MacDonald imitator. The hero of the movie, called "Don" or "The Irish Gringo," is actually an Irish guy who dresses as a Mexican & pretends to have a Mexican accent (played by Pat Carlyle, & be sure to catch him in that other 1930s screen classic, "Marijuana"). Poorly (but not miserably) acted, directed, scripted. Enjoyable in a campy way. I give it 4/10.


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