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Season: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | unknown
Year: 1950 | 1951 | 1952 | 1953 | 1954 | 1955 | 1956 | unknown


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: Boomerang

5 September 1950
Cisco and Poncho are being impersonated by two bandits who have committed robbery and murder, so they have to break jail to prove their innocence.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Jane Adams ... Miss Harley

Byron Foulger ... Harley, Bank president
Stephen Chase ... Jim Brent (as Steven Chase)

Edmund Cobb ... Henchman Martin - Fake Pancho
Lee Phelps ... Sheriff

David Sharpe ... Henchman - Fake Cisco

George DeNormand ... Deputy
Diablo ... Cisco's Horse (uncredited)

Frank Matts ... Stage Driver (uncredited)

Henry Wills ... Bank Customer (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: Counterfeit Money

12 September 1950
Cisco and Pancho are asked by Marshal Ben Lane to track down a gang of counterfeiters in Durado. Cisco suspects the local banker and his clerk to be involved in the counterfeit, but cannot prove anything. He sets some traps for the gang. One of the traps involves arresting Pancho as an alleged bank robber.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Peggy Stewart ... Jane the Bank Clerk

Forrest Taylor ... Hale, Durado Banker
Luther Crockett ... Henderson, the engraver

Riley Hill ... Terry - Jane's Brother

Robert Livingston ... Red Saunders

George DeNormand ... Deputy
Art Dupuis ... Marshal Ben Lane

Fred Kohler Jr. ... Sheriff
Diablo ... Cisco's Horse (uncredited)

Jack Hendricks ... Townsman (uncredited)

Ray Jones ... Posse Rider (uncredited)

Frank Matts ... Townsman (uncredited)

Troy Melton ... Deputy (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 3: Rustling

19 September 1950
Joe Dawson, foreman at a ranch in San Saba, asks his old friend Cisco to come and help them catch a gang of cattle rustlers. When the leader of the gang hears of this, he orders two of his henchmen to kill Joe and blame the murder on Cisco. Cisco and Pancho have to keep away from the sheriff at the same as they are searching for the gang and the missing cattle.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Christine Larsen ... Mary Austin (as Christine Larson)

Raymond Hatton ... Sheriff

Jonathan Hale ... Barry Owen aka Bill Stevens
Douglas Evans ... Joe Dawson

Frank Matts ... Henchman Jud Parker

George DeNormand ... Henchman at shack
Diablo ... Cisco's Horse (uncredited)

Franklyn Farnum ... Rancher (uncredited)
Loco ... Loco, Pancho's horse (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 4: Big Switch

26 September 1950
The Sheriff in Bonanza orders his assistant to bring the murderer Jim Hardy to the state prison, where Hardy is going to be hanged. On the way the assistant is killed by a shot from a man, who releases Hardy and brings him to his boss, Jim Holbrook. Holbrook plans to kill his employer, the ranch owner Henry P. Murdock, and replace him with Hardy, who resembles Murdock. Through this switch, Holbrook will get control over the ranch himself. The sheriff thinks that it is Cisco who has killed his assistant. Cisco and Pancho have to solve the whole mystery to prove that they are innocent.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Pamela Blake ... Margie Manning

Sarah Padden ... Sara, Murdock's Housekeeper

Nelson Leigh ... Jim Holbrook

Fred Kohler Jr. ... Holbrook's Henchman

Carol Henry ... Deputy Charlie

Jack Ingram ... Jim Hardy / Henry P. Murdock

Pierre Watkin ... Bonanza Sheriff (as Pierre Watkins)

George DeNormand ... Stage Guard (uncredited)
Diablo ... Diablo, Cisco's Horse (uncredited)
Loco ... Himself - Pancho's Horse (uncredited)

Frank Matts ... Deputy (uncredited)

Troy Melton ... Deputy (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 5: Convict Story

3 October 1950
Cisco is convinced by a beautiful woman that her brother, who escaped from prison, is trying to prove he was framed for a murder did not commit.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Gail Davis ... Ruth Drake (as Gale Davis)

Fred Kohler Jr. ... Henchman Lefty

Riley Hill ... Bob Drake
Art Dupuis ... Henchman

Robert Livingston ... Cantwell (as Bob Livingston)

Forrest Taylor ... Sheriff
Diablo ... Diablo, Cisco's Horse (uncredited)

Ray Jones ... Posse Rider (uncredited)
Loco ... Loco, Pancho's Horse (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 6: Oil Land

10 October 1950
When a rancher discovers oil on his property, he is shot dead by one of his greedy workers, and Cisco and Poncho are accused of the murder.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Peggy Stewart ... Peggy Williams, Burton's Niece

Fred Kohler Jr. ... Hank, Circle J Foreman

Forrest Taylor ... Replaced by Leary (credit only)

Robert Livingston ... Walt Stewart
Luther Crockett ... Sheriff

Earle Hodgins ... Idaho, Circle J Hand (as Earl Hodgins)
Diablo ... Cisco's Horse (uncredited)

Riley Hill ... Bill, a Deputy (uncredited)

Ray Jones ... Henchman (uncredited)

Nolan Leary ... Burton Williams (uncredited)
Loco ... Himself - Pancho's Horse (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 7: Chain Lightning

14 October 1950
A super fast on the draw, ex-con gets out of prison, and is bent on killing Cisco and Bill Shannon for sending him there.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Noel Neill ... Rita Shannon

Don C. Harvey ... Jim Brent (as Don Harvey)

Edmund Cobb ... Henchman Larry

David Sharpe ... Bill Shannon, Rita's Brother
Lee Phelps ... Sheriff
Diablo ... Cisco's Horse (uncredited)
Loco ... Himself - Pancho's Horse (uncredited)

Henry Wills ... Deputy Frank (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 8: Medicine Flats

17 October 1950
Cisco and Pancho work with a sheriff and beautiful undercover female agent for the cattlemen's association, to break up a cattle rustling operation.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Christine Larsen ... Judy Summers (as Christine Larson)

Raymond Hatton ... Sheriff

Jonathan Hale ... Barry Owens
Douglas Evans ... Curt Reynolds

Frank Matts ... Parker

George DeNormand ... Henchman Skip
Bill Catching ... Deputy Fred (uncredited)
Diablo ... Cisco's Horse (uncredited)
Loco ... Pancho's Horse (uncredited)

Troy Melton ... Henchman (uncredited)
Jack Roper ... Desk Clerk Jack (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 9: Railroad Land Rush

28 October 1950
Cisco and Pancho come across the disrobed body of a railway inspector sent to a town to investigate shady real estate dealings in the name of the railway.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Pamela Blake ... Margie Holbrook

Pierre Watkin ... Mr. Holbrook (as Pierre Watkins)

Nelson Leigh ... James Blake

Fred Kohler Jr. ... Steve, Blake Henchman

Forrest Taylor ... John Warren, Railroad President

George DeNormand ... RR Agent Manning

Carol Henry ... Larry, Blake Henchman

Jack Ingram ... Rocky, Blake Henchman
Diablo ... Cisco's Horse (uncredited)
Art Dupuis ... Henchman (uncredited)
Loco ... Loco - Pancho's Horse (uncredited)
Post Park ... Stage Driver (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 10: The Will

31 October 1950
Cisco and Pancho come across Bob Drake being chased by two outlaws. After helping him, Cisco hears his story of being framed for a gold robbery. Cisco believes Bob and decides to investigate.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Gail Davis ... Ruth Drake (as Gale Davis)

Riley Hill ... Bob Drake, Ruth's Brother
Art Dupuis ... Henchman Hanley

Fred Kohler Jr. ... Nixon, Cantwell Henchman

Robert Livingston ... Cantwell

Eddie Parker ... Barker

Forrest Taylor ... Nugget City Sheriff

George DeNormand ... Henchman
Diablo ... Cisco's Horse (uncredited)
Loco ... Pancho's Horse (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 11: Cattle Quarantine

7 November 1950
Cisco and Pancho stumble across a ranch where the owner is arguing with a number of farm hands. It appears some of the cows have died from disease, and the rest will need to be quarantined. Cisco always happy to help a pretty lady, decides to get to the bottom of the issue.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Peggy Stewart ... Peggy, Ranch Owner

Earle Hodgins ... Idaho, Peggy's Foreman (as Earl Hodgins)

Fred Kohler Jr. ... Replaced by Livingston (credit only)

Forrest Taylor ... Norman Slade, Cattle Inspector
Art Dupuis ... Henchman Wylie
Luther Crockett ... Jim the Sheriff

Riley Hill ... Bill, a Deputy

George DeNormand ... Cattle Inspector Henderson (uncredited)

Ray Jones ... Henchman (uncredited)

Robert Livingston ... Walt Stuart (uncredited)

Troy Melton ... Henchman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 12: Renegade Son

21 November 1950
Cisco and Pancho break a woman out of jail, after she has been sentenced to hang for a murder she did not commit.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Pamela Blake ... Joyce Henry

Pierre Watkin ... Sheriff (as Pierre Watkins)

Fred Kohler Jr. ... Deputy Sam

Nelson Leigh ... Jeff Henry

Carol Henry ... Henchman Spike

Jack Ingram ... Jeff's Older Henchman

Season 1, Episode 13: False Marriage

28 November 1950
Jasper King has asked his old friend Cisco to help him stop the marriage between his niece Nancy and the gangster Duke Ralston. Cisco and Pancho break the wedding ceremony and run away with the protesting bride. During a quarrel about this Duke kills Jasper. Nancy tells the sheriff that it is Cisco and Pancho who have killed her uncle. To prove their innocence Cisco and Pancho have to find the real murder and deliver him to the sheriff.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Gail Davis ... Nancy King (as Gale Davis)

Mary Gordon ... Mary O'Toole

Sarah Padden ... Mrs. Smiley

Robert Livingston ... Duke Ralston

Russell Hicks ... Jasper King - Nancy's Uncle

Fred Kohler Jr. ... Fred - a Deputy
Luther Crockett ... Sheriff

Forrest Taylor ... Rev. William Smiley

Earle Hodgins ... Gramps - the Organ Player (as Earl Hodgins)

Troy Melton ... Posse Rider (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 14: Wedding Blackmail

5 December 1950
Cisco and Pancho try to help a young bank teller, whose marriage to the bank president's daughter is endangered by two gunmen who are blackmailing him about a secret from his past.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Phyllis Coates ... Marge Lacey

Bill Kennedy ... Sam Foster

Mike Ragan ... Jason (as Michael Ragan)

David Bruce ... Bill Ryan

Tom Tyler ... Sheriff
Diablo ... Himself - Cisco's Horse (uncredited)
Loco ... Himself - Pancho's Horse (uncredited)

Troy Melton ... Murdered Deputy (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 15: Lynching Story

12 December 1950
When a bank president is murdered, the townspeople accuse the man's future son-in-law of the crime and a lynching party is formed. Cisco and Pancho must find out who the real killers are before the mob hangs the innocent man.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Carol Forman ... Pat Parker
Richard Emory ... Terry

Marshall Reed ... Jim Tracy

Frank Matts ... Henchman Lou
Victor Cox ... Henchman Joe

Lane Chandler ... Sheriff

I. Stanford Jolley ... Willard Parker
Diablo ... Cisco's Horse (uncredited)
Billy Griffith ... Cathcart (uncredited)
Loco ... Pancho's Horse (uncredited)

Troy Melton ... Henchman (uncredited)

Artie Ortego ... Henchman (uncredited)

Lyle Talbot ... Judge (uncredited)

Ferris Taylor ... Stamp Mill Owner (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 16: Newspaper Crusader

19 December 1950
Cisco and Pancho arrive in the town of Sundance. The town is in turmoil with a local thug 'Judd' trying to take over. After Cisco sees the destruction of a local newspaper office, he decides to hang around and sort things out.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Ellen Hall ... Elaine Jarrett

Dennis Moore ... Judd - Gang Leader

William Henry ... Ben Jarrett - Editor

Steve Clark ... Klondike - Henchman

Ted Adams ... Phony Marshal

Ferris Taylor ... Mayor Carson
Victor Cox ... Henchman (uncredited)
Diablo ... Cisco's Horse (uncredited)
Loco ... Pancho's Horse (uncredited)
Carl Mathews ... Henchman (uncredited)

Frank Matts ... Jim - Stage Driver (uncredited)

Jack Tornek ... Henchman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 17: Dog Story

26 December 1950
When a wounded dog tracks down the man who murdered his master, a gold mine owner, Cisco tries to get proof he is the killer.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho
Tanis Chandler ... Melinda Weaver

Zon Murray ... Henchman Omaha

Tristram Coffin ... Dude Cottrell (as Tris Coffin)

Frank McCarroll ... Henchman (scenes deleted)

Hank Patterson ... John Weaver

Kenne Duncan ... Station Agent
Merrill McCormick ... Townsman (uncredited)

Bud Osborne ... Stage Driver (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 18: Confession for Money

2 January 1951
A young woman asks Cisco and Pancho to help her fiancée, who has confessed to a robbery and murder he didn't commit in order to get money for his mother's surgery.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Carol Forman ... Pat Lacy
Richard Emory ... Terry Ryan

Marshall Reed ... Tom Tracy

Frank Matts ... Henchman Lou
Victor Cox ... Henchman Joe

Lane Chandler ... Sheriff

I. Stanford Jolley ... Lawyer A.W. Parker

Troy Melton ... Henchman (uncredited)

Artie Ortego ... Henchman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 19: The Old Bum

9 January 1951
A poor man steals Cisco and Pancho's horses, trying to raise money to impress his visiting daughter. Later, he becomes the unsuspecting fall guy in a cattle rustling operation.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho
Tanis Chandler ... Paula Bonnard

Zon Murray ... Henchman Shelby

Tristram Coffin ... Kelly (as Tris Coffin)

Frank McCarroll ... Henchman

Hank Patterson ... Silas Bonnard

Kenne Duncan ... Sheriff
Diablo ... Cisco's Horse (uncredited)

Jack Hendricks ... Henchman Alf (uncredited)
Loco ... Himself - Pancho's Horse (uncredited)
Merrill McCormick ... Townsman (uncredited)
Bob McElroy ... Henchman (uncredited)

Jack Montgomery ... Townsman (uncredited)

Bud Osborne ... Stage Driver (uncredited)

Joe Phillips ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 20: Haven for Heavies

13 January 1951
Cisco follows the killer of a U.S. marshal to the town of Twin Buttes, which is notorious as a haven for criminals of all kinds.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Phyllis Coates ... JoAnn Doran

Bill Kennedy ... Red Kelly

Mike Ragan ... Al Shelby (as Michael Ragan)

David Bruce ... Henchman Montana

Tom Tyler ... Sheriff Jim Turner
Diablo ... Diablo - Cisco's Horse (uncredited)
Loco ... Pancho's Horse (uncredited)

Troy Melton ... U.S. Marshal (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 21: Pancho Held Hostage

16 January 1951
After having captured and jailed a bank robber, Pancho is then taken hostage by the robber's sister, who threatens to kill him unless Cisco frees her brother.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Carol Forman ... Pat Tracy
Richard Emory ... Henchman Terry

Marshall Reed ... Frank Tracy

Frank Matts ... Deputy Lou
Victor Cox ... Henchman Joe

Lane Chandler ... Sheriff Sam Dawson

I. Stanford Jolley ... Parker the Banker
Diablo ... Cisco's Horse (uncredited)
Art Dillard ... Posse Member (uncredited)
Augie Gomez ... Posse Member (uncredited)
Loco ... Himself - Pancho's Horse (uncredited)

Artie Ortego ... Posse Member (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 22: Freight Line Feud

27 January 1951
Cisco and Pancho come upon Klondike, who was just robbed of his wagon and freight. Upon hearing the bad news, Elaine, the hot-headed owner of Western Freighting Co., takes a couple of shots at Bill Jarrett, owner of Jarrett Stage Line, which is soon to open. She thinks Jarrett, to whom she refuses to sell her company, Cisco and Pancho are in cahoots in order to force her out of business. She's not convinced otherwise, even after Cisco and Pancho find and return her now empty wagon. When Cisco hears of a test run that Jarrett is making the next day, he figures out a way to clear their names and catch the real crooks.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Ellen Hall ... Elaine

Dennis Moore ... Judd - Gang Leader

William Henry ... Bill Jarrett - Editor

Steve Clark ... Klondike - Henchman

Ted Adams ... Cal

Ferris Taylor ... (credit only)
Loco ... Loco - Pancho's Horse
Victor Cox ... Henchman (uncredited)
Diablo ... Diablo - Cisco's Horse (uncredited)
Carl Mathews ... Carl - Henchman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 23: Phoney Sheriff

6 February 1951
Cisco and Pancho are tricked by a cattle buyer, who used a fake sheriff and deputies to get them to turn over a friend's cattle. They set out after the swindler to get the cattle back.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Phyllis Coates ... Miss Lacey

Bill Kennedy ... Sam Kelly

Mike Ragan ... Al Shelby - Henchman (as Michael Ragan)

David Bruce ... Blackie - Henchman

Tom Tyler ... Sheriff

Season 1, Episode 24: Uncle Disinherits Niece

13 February 1951
A rancher threatens to disinherit his niece unless she stops seeing her boyfriend. When the rancher is found murdered, suspicion falls on her lover. Cisco and Pancho must find the real killer and clear the young man's name.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Phyllis Coates ... Marge Lacey

Bill Kennedy ... Sam Foster

Mike Ragan ... Jason - Henchman (as Michael Ragan)

David Bruce ... Bill Ryan

Tom Tyler ... Sheriff

Bud Osborne ... Jim Lacey
Diablo ... Cisco's Horse (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 25: Phoney Heiress

13 February 1951
A young woman who has inherited some property is about to be swindled out of it by a crooked lawyer who has hired an impostor to pretend to be the rightful owner. She asks Cisco and Pancho to help her keep her property.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Lyn Thomas ... Mary Stark
Vivian Mason ... Stella Jackson
Jack Reynolds ... Henchman Nebraska

Robert Bice ... Henchman

Mauritz Hugo ... George Holden
Charles Watts ... Sheriff Peabody
Joseph Granby ... The Judge
Diablo ... Cisco's Horse (uncredited)

Jack Hendricks ... Henchman (uncredited)
Loco ... Pancho's Horse (uncredited)
Bob McElroy ... Townsman (uncredited)

Kansas Moehring ... Henchman (uncredited)
Phil Schumacher ... Trial Spectator (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 26: Water Rights

20 February 1951
Cisco and Pancho witness some strange behavior by a coach driver near the town of Guunison. Suddenly they are accused of attempting to rob the stage, Cisco clearly wants to clear his name, however while investigating Cisco discovers a much bigger game being played.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho
Tanis Chandler ... Marge Lacey

Zon Murray ... Lawyer Sam Foster

Tristram Coffin ... Banker Tom Barton (as Tris Coffin)

Frank McCarroll ... Henchman Jason

Hank Patterson ... Jim Lacey

Kenne Duncan ... Sheriff
Diablo ... Cisco's Horse (uncredited)

Jack Hendricks ... Townsman (uncredited)
Merrill McCormick ... Posse Rider (uncredited)
Bob McElroy ... Co-Op Member (uncredited)

Bud Osborne ... Stage Guard (uncredited)
Charles Williams ... Hotel Manager (uncredited)

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: Performance Bond

3 September 1951
Cisco and Pancho try to find who has been sabotaging a woman's company freight wagons, before she looses the $20,000 performance bond she put up.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Ellen Hall ... Elaine Wilson

Dennis Moore ... Judd - Henchman

William Henry ... Jarrett

Steve Clark ... Wagon Driver

Ted Adams ... Caleb Wilson

Ferris Taylor ... Lem Carson
Victor Cox ... Vic - Henchman (uncredited)
Diablo ... Cisco's Horse (uncredited)
Loco ... Loco - Pancho's Horse (uncredited)
Carl Mathews ... Henchman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 2: Stolen Bonds

10 September 1951
Cisco and Pancho are after a thief who stole $25,000 in bonds from a friend of theirs. They soon begin to suspect that a young woman who is a cook in a hotel is actually the thief's partner.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho
Jean Dean ... Christine

Reed Howes ... Dan

Pierce Lyden ... Vic
William Holmes ... Henchman (as Bill Holmes)

Jim Diehl ... Henchman

Bud Osborne ... Stagecoach Driver

Stanley Andrews ... Sheriff Frank

Season 2, Episode 3: Postal Inspector

17 September 1951
While in the town of Baxter Center, Cisco and Pancho stop by to drop a letter in the mail. To their surprise, they find themselves being arrested on suspicion of being part of a gang of mail robbers.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Maris Wrixon ... Elaine Parker (as Maris Wrixan)

Edward Keane ... Jay Willoughby
Ilsa Mader (as Ilse Mader)

Myron Healey ... Henchman Drake
Dick Rich ... Henchman Stacy

Rory Mallinson ... Sheriff

Steve Pendleton ... Inspector Sam Harris

Ray Jones ... Townsman (uncredited)
Merrill McCormick ... Townsman (uncredited)
Bob McElroy ... Henchman Bob (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 4: Jewelry Store Fence

24 September 1951
A crazy old man tries to kill Cisco and Pancho with a crossbow.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Kay Morley ... Martha

Michael Whalen ... Pete
Michael Mark ... Uncle Toby
Ward Wood ... Henchman Terry (as Robert Wood)
George Offerman Jr. ... Henchman Ed (as George Offerman)

Steve Clark ... Stagecoach Driver
Therese Lyon ... Woman on Stagecoach
Brad Johnson ... Stage Guard (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 5: Foreign Agent

1 October 1951
Cisco and Pancho have to stop a gang of foreign agents from getting their hands on a vast tungsten deposit.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Angela Stevens ... Diane (as Ann Zika)
Carl Milletaire ... Wharton
Paul Hogan ... Henchman

Terry Frost ... Henchman Dan
Merrill McCormick ... Panamint (as William M. McCormick)

John Merton ... The Chief
Garnett Marks ... Henchman (as Garnett A. Marks)
Carl Mathews ... Henchman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 6: Medicine Man Show

8 October 1951
After answering Chief Flying Cloud's smoke signal for help in preventing an Indian war, Cisco and Pancho go undercover as Professor Lorenzo Lombardi and Chief Waho's Cure-All Medicine Show, in an attempt to break up an arms smuggling ring.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid posing as Professor Lombardi

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho posing as Chief Waho

Wanda McKay ... Sunny Benton
Stephen Chase ... Dixon

Dennis Moore ... Henchman Bugsy
Ray Hyke ... Henchman

Cactus Mack ... Henchman
George Davis ... Henchman

Claudia Drake ... Cheewee

Rodd Redwing ... Chief Flying Cloud (as Rod Redwing)

Charles Soldani ... Chief Red Moon (as Charles L. Soldani)

Season 2, Episode 7: Ghost Story

15 October 1951
A pair of silver smugglers murder their partner, a local rancher, when he tries to back out of the operation. Cisco and Pancho set out to get them.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Lyn Thomas ... Mary Davis
Jack Reynolds ... Nebraska

Robert Bice ... Turk

Mauritz Hugo ... George Holden
Charles Watts ... Ben Larsen
Joseph Granby ... Will Harper
Diablo ... Cisco's Horse (uncredited)
Loco ... Pancho's Horse (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 8: Protective Association

22 October 1951
Cisco and Pancho help a rancher and his daughter who are victims of a gang running a "protection" racket.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho
Jean Dean ... Peggy Conlan

Reed Howes ... Dan Sloan

Pierce Lyden ... Vic
William Holmes ... Henchman (as Bill Holmes)

Jim Diehl ... Henchman

Bud Osborne ... Henchman

Stanley Andrews ... Mr. Conlan
Bill Catching ... Henchman (uncredited)
Al Haskell ... Henchman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 9: Kid Sister Trouble

29 October 1951
Cisco an Pancho get mixed up with a sharpshooting lady gambler and a gang of counterfeiters.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Maris Wrixon ... Christine (as Maris Wrixan)

Edward Keane ... Conlan
Ilsa Mader ... Jane (as Ilse Mader)

Myron Healey ... Sloan (as Myron Healy)
Dick Rich ... Henchman Martin

Rory Mallinson ... Henchman Dave

Steve Pendleton ... Henchman Lefty
Diablo ... Himself - Cisco's Horse (uncredited)

Ray Jones ... Townsman (uncredited)
Loco ... Pancho's Horse (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 10: Water Toll

5 November 1951
Cisco and Pancho come to the aid of a lady rancher who's fighting a greedy cattle baron who's making ranchers and drovers pay him for watering their herds.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Kay Morley ... Sondra Lindsay

Michael Whalen ... Pete Sturgis
Michael Mark ... Dusty
Ward Wood ... Henchman Terry (as Robert Wood)
George Offerman Jr. ... Henchman Ed (as Geoge Offerman)

Steve Clark ... Sheriff
Brad Johnson ... Deputy Johnny
Diablo ... Himself - Cisco's Horse (uncredited)
Loco ... Himself - Pancho's Horse (uncredited)
Carl Mathews ... Henchman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 11: The Bates Story

12 November 1951
Cisco and Pancho are forced to switch clothes with two escaped convicts, and are later arrested when they are mistaken for the fleeing criminals.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Angela Stevens ... Lorraine Bentley (as Ann Zika)
Carl Milletaire ... Deputy
Paul Hogan ... Slick Wofford

Terry Frost ... Harry Gaines
Merrill McCormick ... Hayden (as William M. McCormick)

John Merton ... Sheriff

Anna Demetrio ... Mexican Woman
Diablo ... Himself - Cisco's Horse (uncredited)

Ray Jones ... Posse Rider (uncredited)
Loco ... Himself - Pancho's Horse (uncredited)
Carl Mathews ... Posse Rider (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 12: Water Well Oil

13 November 1951
Cisco and Pancho find themselves being shot at by a quick-tempered young man who's found oil on his ranch and thinks that they're trying to take it from him.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Lyn Thomas ... Mary Tuner
Jack Reynolds ... Henchman

Robert Bice ... Turk Martin

Mauritz Hugo ... George Holden
Charles Watts ... Sheriff
Joseph Granby ... Jim Turner
Diablo ... Cisco's Horse (uncredited)

Jack Hendricks ... Henchman (uncredited)
Loco ... Pancho's Horse (uncredited)
Bob McElroy ... Townsman (uncredited)

Kansas Moehring ... Henchman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 13: Ride On

19 November 1951
Sally Emerson, believing that Black Lightning, a wild stallion, is stealing her mares, sets out to have him killed, and Cisco and Pancho come to the stallion's rescue to prove its innocence.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Wanda McKay ... Sally Emerson
Stephen Chase ... Frank Larsen

Dennis Moore ... Henchman Duke
Ray Hyke ... Henchman

Cactus Mack ... Steve
George Davis ... Henchman Utah

Chester Clute ... Doc

Season 2, Episode 14: Vigilante Story

4 December 1951
In order to break up a gang of vigilantes that's terrorizing the people of Buffalo Flats, Cisco and Pancho head into town disguised as a gambler and an organ grinder.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid posing as Tex

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho posing as Organ Grinder

Lois Hall ... Lois Holden posing as Heather

Jay Kirby ... Pike (as Bill George)
Craig Hunter ... Henchman
Hugh Prosser ... Jed Haskell

James Kirkwood ... Henchman

Earle Hodgins ... Tom (as Earl Hodgins)

Edmund Cobb ... John Holden
Bill Catching ... Henchman (uncredited)

Bill Coontz ... Henchman (uncredited)
Diablo ... Cisco's Horse (uncredited)

Whitey Hughes ... Townsman (uncredited)
Loco ... Pancho's Horse (uncredited)

Mathew McCue ... Townsman (uncredited)
Bob McElroy ... Hotel Clerk (uncredited)

Troy Melton ... Henchman (uncredited)

Tom Smith ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 15: Hidden Valley

11 December 1951
Cisco and Poncho are trapped by an ex-pirate who runs a slave camp, with Indian guards, in a secret valley with his gorgeous niece who wants no part of it.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho
Virginia Herrick ... Nedra Challis

Tristram Coffin ... George Challis (as Tris Coffin)

William 'Wee Willie' Davis ... Barty (as Wee Willie Davis)

I. Stanford Jolley ... Jim Walker

Keith Richards ... Rand
George Eldredge ... (credit only)
Bill Catching ... Indian (uncredited)
Diablo ... Cisco's Horse (uncredited)

Herman Hack ... Worker (uncredited)

Whitey Hughes ... Fighter (uncredited)
Loco ... Loco, Pancho's Horse (uncredited)

Mathew McCue ... Fainting Old Worker (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 16: Carrier Pigeon

18 December 1951
Cisco and Pancho meet up with a woman who claims to be an insurance investigator tracking down a stolen diamond necklace.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho
Sherry Moreland ... Joan Bentley

Leonard Penn ... Gary Mason

Milburn Morante ... Tracy Parker

John L. Cason ... Henchman (as John Cason)

Ted Mapes ... Henchman
Gary Garrett ... Henchman (as Garry Garrett)
Diablo ... Cisco's Horse (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 17: Hypnotist Murder

25 December 1951
Cisco and Pancho intervene when a woman tries to get her husband and his rich father killed, while later, she gets blackmailed by a another woman.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Marcia Mae Jones ... Blanche Modell aka Sue Prentiss (as Marsha Jones)

Riley Hill ... Bill Prentiss
Joseph Forte ... Prentiss (as Joe Forte)

Doris Merrick ... Madame Lil

Denver Pyle ... Professor Jerry Roark

Zon Murray ... Henchman (as Zon Murrey)
Tom Holland ... Henchman
Diablo ... Cisco's Horse (uncredited)

Herman Hack ... Townsman (uncredited)
Al Haskell ... Townsman (uncredited)

Rex Lease ... Man Buying Book (uncredited)
Carl Mathews ... Townsman (uncredited)

Mathew McCue ... Townsman (uncredited)
Bob McElroy ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 18: Romany Caravan

8 January 1952
While at a gypsy camp, Cisco gets into an altercation over a woman and Pancho finds himself being on the receiving end of the unwelcome attentions of a large dancing bear.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho
Dolores Castle ... Marisa
Sondra Rodgers ... Ilka
Craig Woods ... Jerry Costain

Peter Coe ... Henchman Danilo

Milburn Morante ... Stefan
Jack George ... Benji
Bill Catching ... Sheriff (uncredited)
Diablo ... Cisco's Horse (uncredited)
Loco ... Loco, Pancho's Horse (uncredited)
Bob McElroy ... Deputy Bob (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 19: Robber Crow

15 January 1952
Cisco and Pancho find themselves in the middle of a feud between the guards at a gold mine and the mine's workers, whom the guards suspect of stealing gold from the mine.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho
Mary Dean ... Nina Loring (as Mary Dean Moss)

Michael Vallon ... Scotty the bootmaker

Ray Bennett ... Jack Kells
Karl 'Killer' Davis ... Henchman Gregg (as Karl Davis)
Mickey Simpson ... Henchman Mickey

Kermit Maynard ... Albuquerque Jones
Teddy Infuhr ... Tommy Loring
Bill Catching ... Mine Guard (uncredited)
Diablo ... Cisco's Horse (uncredited)

Troy Melton ... Henchman Yancey (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 20: Sleeping Gas

22 January 1952
Cisco and Pancho go up against a gang of bank robbers who use a sleeping gas potion in their robberies.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Lois Hall ... Jerry

Jay Kirby ... Henchman Joe (as Bill George)
Hugh Prosser ... Henchman Larry

James Kirkwood ... Fiddlin' Sam
George Eldredge ... Banker Wharton

Franklyn Farnum ... Banker Tracy

Season 2, Episode 21: Quarter Horse

29 January 1952
Cisco takes part in an endurance race to help prove 4 quarter-horses can beat one thoroughbred, while the man entrusted to hold the race money, is planing to steal it.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho
Virginia Herrick ... Helen Butler

Tristram Coffin ... Joe Butler (as Tris Coffin)

I. Stanford Jolley ... Sam Carson

Keith Richards ... Terry
George Eldredge ... Jackson

Stanley Blystone ... Frank Wallace (as William S. Blystone)
Eddie Nash ... Nash the jockey
Bill Catching ... Wallace Hand (uncredited)
Diablo ... Cisco's Horse (uncredited)

Ray Jones ... Wallace Ranch Hand (uncredited)
Loco ... Pancho's Horse (uncredited)
Bob McElroy ... Wallace Ranch Hand (uncredited)

Troy Melton ... Henchman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 22: Jewelry Holdup

5 February 1952
Cisco and Pancho get involved when a gang of jewel thieves, who've mailed themselves part of their haul, are prevented from getting their package by a by-the-book postal clerk, and they then decide to take it by force.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho
Sherry Moreland ... Judy Winters

Leonard Penn ... S.S. Grant
Helene Millard ... Aunt Ellen Palmer

John L. Cason ... Jim - Henchman (as John Cason)

Milburn Morante ... Jasper Peabody

Ted Mapes ... Marty - Henchman
Diablo ... Cisco's Horse (uncredited)
Loco ... Pancho's Horse (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 23: Ghost Town

12 February 1952
Cisco and Pancho find a woman near death in the desert and learn she is a target for murder because she is headed for a ghost town to prove an inheritance and upon accompanying her find an addled innkeeper and other characters.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Marcia Mae Jones ... Sondra Spencer (as Marsha Jones)

Riley Hill ... George Hardy
Joseph Forte ... Willoughby Baxter (as Joe Forte)

Doris Merrick ... Anita Hardy

Denver Pyle ... Bank Robber

Zon Murray ... Bank Robber (as Zon Murrey)
Diablo ... Diablo, Cisco's Horse (uncredited)
George Eldredge ... Sheriff (uncredited)
Loco ... Loco, Pancho's Horse (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 24: Quicksilver Murder

12 February 1952
A crooked prosecutor robs quicksilver shipments, then uses chemical weapons to commit murder. Cisco and Pancho investigate.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Lois Hall ... Jenifer Hart

Jay Kirby ... Larry Scott (as Bill George)
Hugh Prosser ... Joe Wallace

James Kirkwood ... Marshal Fletcher
Joseph Forte ... Wharton Stone (as Joe Forte)
Hunter Gardner ... Chemist Sam Moore
Diablo ... Diablo, Cisco's Horse (uncredited)
Loco ... Pancho's Horse (uncredited)

Troy Melton ... Deputy (uncredited)

Bud Osborne ... Stage Driver (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 25: Buried Treasure

19 February 1952
Cisco tries to save the cabin boy of famed pirate Jean Lafitte--now a wizened old man--from the hands of an ancient old crone and her evil sons, who are after Lafitte's lost treasure.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid / Jean La Fitte

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho / Pierre La Fitte
Dolores Castle ... Toni Girardot
Sondra Rodgers ... Margot
Craig Woods ... Kit

Peter Coe ... Bernardo

Milburn Morante ... Girardot
Jack George ... Curator
Bill Catching ... Henchman (uncredited)
Diablo ... Cisco's Horse (uncredited)
Loco ... Pancho's Horse (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 26: Spanish Dagger

19 February 1952
Cisco rescues an old prospector from a mine explosion. He discovers an ancient jeweled dagger that places a curse on anyone who steals it.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho
Mary Dean ... Shelley Drake (as Mary Dean Moss)

Michael Vallon ... Uncle Pete

Ray Bennett ... Professor
Karl 'Killer' Davis ... Henchman Jiggers (as Karl Davis)
Mickey Simpson ... Henchman Smiley

Kermit Maynard ... Bert
Bill Catching ... Henchman (uncredited)
Diablo ... Diablo, Cisco's Horse (uncredited)
Loco ... Loco, Pancho's Horse (uncredited)

Troy Melton ... Henchman (uncredited)

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Monkey Business

3 August 1952
Three thieves using a clown show for cover plant stolen money on Cisco and Pancho.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Poodles Hanneford ... Harry Smith
Gracie Hanneford ... Pat Smith

Marshall Reed ... Slick

Zon Murray ... Henchman

Jack Ingram ... Henchman
Bill Catching ... Deputy (uncredited)

Steve Clark ... Marshal (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 2: The Puppeteer

10 August 1952
Cisco and Poncho help the town of Peaceful Valley catch a gang of bank robbers who have been hitting all of the surrounding towns, but never Peaceful Valley.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Leonard Penn ... Clyde Barrows

Raymond Hatton ... Uncle Gitano

Mike Ragan ... Turk Evans

Joel Marston ... Marcus Meeker

Ted Mapes ... Sheriff Tom Enright
Louise Manley ... Townswoman

Chick Hannan ... Townsman (uncredited)

Troy Melton ... Townsman (uncredited)
Bob Reeves ... Jake (uncredited)

George Sowards ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 3: The Talking Dog

17 August 1952
Cisco and Pancho face a bandit gang that's using modern technology-the first telephone in the West.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Gail Davis ... Miss Scott
Paul Livermore ... Henchman Griff
Bruce Payne ... Sheriff
Allen Pinson ... Henchman Rusty

Ferris Taylor ... Vincent C. Emerson

Cactus Mack ... Stage Driver Happy (as Cactus Mike)

John L. Cason ... Henchman (uncredited)

Steve Darrell ... Maddock (uncredited)

Ray Jones ... Henchman Joe (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 4: Pancho and the Pachyderm

5 October 1952
Cisco and Pancho meet up with Griffith's traveling show consisting of ex-sheriff Ben, his daughter Sally and their trained elephant Mildred. Stokes and Shaddon are after a medallion they have. When Ben is captured, Cisco goes after them but will need the help of Mildred to round them up.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Carole Mathews ... Sally Griffith

Tom London ... Ben Griffith

House Peters Jr. ... Joe Shadden

Sheb Wooley ... Roy Stokes
James Parnell ... Sheriff Al
Diablo ... Diablo - Cisco's Horse (uncredited)
Margie the Elephant ... Mildred (uncredited)
Loco ... Loco - Pancho's Horse (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 5: Kid Brother

12 October 1952
Cisco and Pancho discover a wounded boy in an abandoned shack who says that outlaws killed his older brother.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Edward Clark ... Doc Taylor

Linda Leighton ... Mrs. Hawkins (as Linda Johnson)

Keith Richards ... Bret Torrance

Robert J. Wilke ... Henchman Vic (as Robert Wilke)

Kermit Maynard ... Henchman
Teddy Infuhr ... Bobby Torrance
Loco ... Loco - Pancho's Horse (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 6: Face of Death

19 October 1952
Cisco and Pancho try to avenge an archaeologist who was murdered while on the verge of discovering the tomb of an important Aztec.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Gloria Saunders ... Miss Spencer
Billy Griffith ... Professor John Farris aka Sam Chanfield

Robert Cabal ... Tecia
Tom Monroe ... Henchman Digger

William Bakewell ... Max Rance
Wes Hudman ... Barry (as Wesley Hudman)
Don Mahin ... Cohort of Barry
Paul Marion ... Cohort of Barry
Watson Downs ... Quetzal

Season 3, Episode 7: Big Steal

19 October 1952
Ranch owners are in jeopardy of losing their land and business when newcomers threaten to take over, so Cisco does what he can to help the current owners.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Gail Davis ... Lucille Gordon

Steve Darrell ... Barry, Fake Commissioner
Paul Livermore ... Henchman
Bruce Payne ... Don Miguel Escobar

John L. Cason ... Stewart (as John Cason)

Ray Jones ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 8: Laughing Badman

26 October 1952
Cisco and Pancho must solve the murder of a deputy sheriff whose body they found on the trail with saddlebags stuffed with $50 bills.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Marshall Reed ... Blade Meddick

Zon Murray ... Sheriff Tom Brayle

Jack Ingram ... Homer Appleby

Billy Curtis ... The Laughing Badman
Bill Catching ... Townsman (uncredited)

Edward Clark ... Townsman (uncredited)

Steve Clark ... Doctor (uncredited)
Diablo ... Cisco's Horse (uncredited)
Loco ... Pancho's Horse (uncredited)

Troy Melton ... Deputy (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 9: Canyon City Kid

2 November 1952
When Cisco becomes suspicious of a group of strangers staying in Canyon City, he goads a young gunslinger into a duel.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Leonard Penn ... Curt Mathers

Raymond Hatton ... Gramps

Mike Ragan ... Cappy - Henchman

Joel Marston ... Kenny

Ted Mapes ... Henchman

Donald Curtis ... Townsman (uncredited)
Louise Manley ... Lili (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 10: Dutchman's Flat

9 November 1952
Cisco and Poncho stake out a prospector who is murdered after striking pay dirt.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Carole Mathews ... Debby Hansen

Tom London ... Dusty

House Peters Jr. ... Curt Hansen

Sheb Wooley ... Bill Bronson
James Parnell ... Ollie Hansen

Guy Wilkerson ... Cactus Bronson

Herman Hack ... Henchman (uncredited)
Bob McElroy ... Henchman (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 11: Mad About Money

16 November 1952
Cisco and Poncho try to prove the innocence of an eccentric old man who's known for giving away gold coins but has now been charged with murder.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Edward Clark ... Toby

Linda Leighton ... Nora Blake (as Linda Johnson)

Keith Richards ... Sandy

Robert J. Wilke ... Barney (as Robert Wilke)

Kermit Maynard ... Sheriff J.J. McGrew

Season 3, Episode 12: Lost City of the Incas

23 November 1952
When Cisco and Pancho find a dying archaeologist, they follow his partners into a lost city. The Inca princess believes Cisco and Pancho are trying to steal their treasures, so she imprisons them.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Gloria Saunders ... Princess Zenda
Billy Griffith ... Terry Elkins

Robert Cabal ... Mathaozin
Tom Monroe ... George Hardy

William Bakewell ... Professor Ralph Chaney

Season 3, Episode 13: Thunderhead

30 November 1952
Cisco and Poncho try to keep a naïve landowner from being victimized by a corrupt manager.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Almira Sessions ... Aunt Christine
Richard Barron ... Winters
Rodolfo Hoyos Jr.
Edward Colmans ... Henchman
Everett Glass ... Henchman Prado
Augie Gomez ... Manolo (as Augie W. Gomez)

Season 3, Episode 14: Bell of Santa Margarita

14 December 1952
An outlaw who Cisco has dealt with before, steals a mission bell. Cisco and Pancho try to track down the culprits for their friend, the priest.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Almira Sessions ... Michaela
Richard Barron ... El Puma
Rodolfo Hoyos Jr. ... Vejar
Edward Colmans ... Don Fernando
Everett Glass ... Padre Miguel
Augie Gomez ... Manuel (as Augie W. Gomez)

Artie Ortego ... Santo (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 15: Lodestone

21 December 1952
A mother and a grown daughter are kidnapped for ransom. With the help of Cisco the daughter gets away. Now they have to find the perpetrators and save the mother while shielding it from the father who has a heart condition. KAS

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Peggy Stewart ... Linda Blaine
Gordon B. Clarke ... Henry Duprez

Bud Osborne ... Kansas - Wagon Driver
Hal K. Dawson ... Charles Blaine
Henry Rowland ... Rocky - Henchman
Marshall Bradford ... Doc
Diablo ... Diablo - Cisco's Horse (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 16: Dead by Proxy

28 December 1952
When a gunman hired to kill the owner of a general store is himself killed, Cisco persuades the intended victim to play dead to discover who hired the killer in the first place.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Anne Kimbell ... Alice Fleming

Lee Roberts ... Olson
Peter Leeds ... Franklin Holt

Hank Patterson ... Jess Fleming

John Hamilton ... Sheriff

William Henry ... Henchman Guard (uncredited)

Ray Jones ... Henchman (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 17: The Devil's Deputy

4 January 1953
A crooked businessman mistakes Pancho for the bandit he hired.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Myron Healey ... E.B. Johnson

Earle Hodgins ... Sims
Salvador Baguez ... Lopez

Eddie Parker ... Henchman (as Edwin Parker)
Diablo ... Diablo, Cisco's Horse (uncredited)

Ray Jones ... Townsman (uncredited)
Loco ... Loco, Poncho's Horse (uncredited)
Carl Mathews ... Henchman (uncredited)

Tom Smith ... Murdered Marshal (uncredited)

George Sowards ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 18: Church in the Town

11 January 1953
A traveling Jehovah Witness minister and his son stop in the town where the minister's estranged brother lives. While there, they are persecuted by some of the local thugs.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Tom Bernard ... Danny Whitacre

Benny Bartlett ... Matt Gray (as Bennie Bartlett)

Forrest Taylor ... Reverend Calvin Whitacre

Marshall Reed ... Slade
Davison Clark ... Luke Gray

Lillian Albertson ... Townswoman

Ray Jones ... Henchman (uncredited)
Carl Mathews ... Henchman (uncredited)

George Sowards ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 19: Gun Totin' Papa

18 January 1953
After robbery in town, citizen picks up shotgun off street dropped by 'shotgun' miller after robbery. 'Papa' rides into town holding shotgun and is mistaken for the bandit. He escapes on his horse only to fall off and have to be rescued by Cisco and Pancho from a treacherous rock cliff. The sheriff and posses show up and throw all in jail. After members of Shotgun Miller's gang hear about this, they decide to break papa out of jail since he must know where the real papa is... Cisco and Pancho must then break out and rescue papa to clear their name

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Peggy Stewart ... Replaced by McKinney (credit only)
Gordon B. Clarke ... Gang Leader Ace (as Gordon Clark)

Bud Osborne ... Sheriff
Hal K. Dawson ... Eric Potter
Henry Rowland ... Henchman Tex
Marshall Bradford ... Restaurant Owner
Diablo ... Diablo, Cisco's Horse (uncredited)
Bob McElroy ... Henchman Jim (uncredited)
Mira McKinney ... Petunia (uncredited)

George Sowards ... Deputy Joe (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 20: The Fire Engine

25 January 1953
To impress the woman he loves, a man buys a fire engine for his town. When he accidentally drenches her in water, she is not impressed.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho
Ezelle Poule ... Rose

William Henry ... Todd Ritter (as Bill Henry)

Lee Roberts ... Henchman Matt Collins
Peter Leeds ... Sheriff

Hank Patterson ... Luke Higgins

John Hamilton ... John Mitchell
Art Dillard ... Henchman (uncredited)

Ray Jones ... Henchman (uncredited)
Bob McElroy ... Deputy (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 21: The Census Taker

1 February 1953
Cisco and Pancho face outlaws who are posing as census takers to get information about potential victims.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Roscoe Ates ... Henry Wilson

James Anderson ... Floyd (as Kyle James)
Steve Wayne ... Jock
Alex Sharp ... Brad

William Fawcett ... Zeke Tobias

Edmund Cobb ... Hobbs

Ray Jones ... Rancher (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 22: Smuggled Silver

8 February 1953
Cisco is asked by a dying boy on behalf of a old friend to investigate the theft and smuggling from Mexico of the friend's silver and suspects during the inquiry that a federal agent has been killed while he and Pancho become targets.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

John Damler ... Shang Bisbee
Bill Hale ... Sam Dykes

Gail Bonney ... Minnie Higgins
Harvey B. Dunn ... Cookie (as Harvey Dunn)

Robert Blake ... Alfredo (as Bobby Blake)

Season 3, Episode 23: The Runaway Kid

15 February 1953
A runaway boy seeks refuge in Cisco and Pancho's company while a band of outlaws looks for hidden loot from an old robbery.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

John Pickard ... Layton

Harry Harvey ... Sheriff (as Harry W. Harvey)

Robert Bice ... Henchman Notch
B.G. Norman ... Jimmy
James Harrison ... Henchman Vic
Diablo ... Himself - Cisco's Horse (uncredited)
Loco ... Himself - Pancho's Horse (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 24: Fear

22 February 1953
A dead man's ghost begins terrorizing his heirs who were required by will to live on the descendant's ranch. Our heroes play ghost busters to get to the bottom of things.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Anne Kimbell ... Jennifer Kellin
Ezelle Poule ... Matilda Kellin

William Henry ... George Bruce

Lee Roberts ... Lacey
Peter Leeds ... Prescott

John Hamilton ... Thomas T. Trimble

Season 3, Episode 25: The Photo Studio

1 March 1953
A rancher is shot to death while posing for a photograph and, as usual, the wrong person gets blamed. It's up to Cisco and Pancho to set things right.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Rand Brooks ... Clint Riley

James Seay ... Harvey Price
Madeleine Burkette ... Donna Burdette

Walter McGrail ... Stanley Burdette
Charles Williams ... Fred Appleby

Sandy Sanders ... Henchman Juniper

Frank Jenks ... Marshal Sutton

Jack Montgomery ... Henchman (uncredited)

Artie Ortego ... Henchman (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 26: The Commodore Goes West

8 March 1953
Cisco and Pancho head south of the border to attend a wedding, but get sidetracked by a damsel who's worried about her father.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Edward Clark ... Commodore Owens

Linda Leighton ... Judy Owens (as Linda Johnson)

Keith Richards ... Henchman Frank

Robert J. Wilke ... Judd Storme (as Robert Wilke)

Kermit Maynard ... Farley

Ray Jones ... Henchman (uncredited)
Bob McElroy ... Henchman (uncredited)

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: Bodyguard

1 October 1953
Cisco and Pancho try to protect an old rancher who's carrying a sack full of money.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Keith Richards ... Outlaw Leader

Steve Clark ... Henry Williams

John Merton ... Wally

Riley Hill ... Larry
Virginia Mullen ... Mrs. Williams

Ray Jones ... Cattle Buyer (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 2: Pancho and the Wolf Dog

8 October 1953
Cisco and Pancho encounter a fierce wild dog while on their way to a town to help a Frenchman and his daughter build a refrigeration plant.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Gloria Talbott ... Suzette Duval

John Doucette ... Henchman Sandy

Francis McDonald ... Frenchy Duval (as Francis J. MacDonald)

Robert Livingston ... Miller
Bill Catching ... Sheriff
Carl Mathews ... Henchman Greg (uncredited)
Bob McElroy ... Henchman (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 3: Bullets and the Booby Trap

15 October 1953
Cisco and Pancho enlist the aid of the grandson of a female denizen of a ghost town taken hostage by a gang of payroll robbers because the grandson has at the ready a system of numerous ingenious booby traps ready to subdue the gang.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Rory Mallinson ... Henchman

Billy Halop ... Cass Rankin

Robert Blake ... Davy (as Bobby Blake)

Lillian Albertson ... Grandma

Troy Melton ... Henchman Winochie

George Sowards ... Henchman (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 4: The Gramophone

22 October 1953
Cisco and Pancho attempt to thwart a crooked rancher's plan to fool a local tribe into assisting him in preventing construction of a railroad line through land the rancher wants to use.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

William Tannen ... Bix Douglas
William Boyett ... Henchman

Iron Eyes Cody ... Chief Big Cloud

Lyle Talbot ... Bob Wilkerson
Rosa Turich ... Rosalita

Ray Jones ... Henchman (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 5: Freedom of the Press

29 October 1953
Cisco and Pancho help a newspaper editor who's caught in the middle of an important election fight between a crooked mayor trying to hold on to power and a young reformer.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Frank Wilcox ... Mayor Rayburn
Paul Marion ... Henchman Muddock

I. Stanford Jolley ... Henry Wilcox
Richard Avonde ... John Vine
Bill Catching ... Henchman Jacks

Season 4, Episode 6: Battle of Red Rock Pass

5 November 1953
Cisco and Pancho offer their assistance to a toll road guard.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Rory Mallinson ... Ed, the Sheriff

William Fawcett ... John Matlock
Boyd 'Red' Morgan ... Hank Dawson (as Red Morgan)

Nan Leslie ... Sue Matlock

Troy Melton ... Wagon Driver
Diablo ... Himself (uncredited)
Carl Mathews ... Henchman (uncredited)
Bob McElroy ... Henchman Decoy (uncredited)

Jack Montgomery ... Henchman in Jail (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 7: Bandaged Badman

12 November 1953
A gunman is hired to kill Cisco; however, during an explosion the killer dies and Cisco survives. Cisco then takes the gunman's place by covering his face with a bandage.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Christine Larsen ... Terry Lane

William Henry ... Gold Thief (as Bill Henry)

Reed Howes ... Jeff Malcolm

Forrest Taylor ... Sheriff
Marshall Bradford ... Dr. Shaw

Keith Richards ... Winkler

Lee Roberts ... Assayer
Diablo ... Diablo, Cisco's Horse (uncredited)

Ray Jones ... Posse Rider (uncredited)
Loco ... Loco, Pancho's Horse (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 8: Chinese Gold

19 November 1953
Cisco and Pancho go after a masked bandit who's been robbing a community of Chinese miners.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Keith Richards ... Henchman

Steve Clark ... Sheriff Joe Bowers
Judy Dan ... Ming Toy

John Merton ... Turner
Diablo ... Himself - Cisco's Horse (uncredited)
Loco ... Himself - Pancho's Horse (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 9: The Faded General

26 November 1953
On the trail of outlaws, Cisco and Pancho are captured and held prisoner by an unstable ex-general.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Gloria Talbott ... Amelia Lawrence

John Doucette ... Sergeant Jess Corbin

Francis McDonald ... General Lawrence (as Francis J. MacDonald)

Robert Livingston ... Colonel Yancy Blake
Bill Catching ... Sheriff
Diablo ... Himself - Cisco's Horse (uncredited)
Loco ... Pancho's Horse (uncredited)
Carl Mathews ... Henchman (uncredited)
Bob McElroy ... Henchman (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 10: The Fugitive

3 December 1953
While searching for a severely ill Mexican child, Cisco and Pancho uncover a plot by a rancher to contaminate land with disease-infected animals so he can buy it cheap.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Rory Mallinson ... Madison

Billy Halop ... Dr. Jerome Alpers

Harry Strang ... J.A. Kennedy

Troy Melton ... Henchman

Season 4, Episode 11: Indian Uprising

10 December 1953
A crooked land official has henchmen stage fake Indian attacks to acquire the property of alarmed local citizens at deeply discounted prices because the official hopes to profit from his knowledge a pending government project.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

William Tannen ... Clyde Evans
William Boyett ... Henchman

Iron Eyes Cody ... Chief Sky Eagle

Lyle Talbot ... Thomas

Ray Jones ... Phony Indian / Townsman (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 12: The Raccoon Story

17 December 1953
Cisco and Pancho are asked to deliver the death certificate of Gus Brown, an old miner, to the town of Sweetwater. They discover that Brown has left all of his property to his best friend--his dog.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Frank Wilcox ... Henry Collins
Paul Marion ... Henchman

I. Stanford Jolley ... Gus Brown

Almira Sessions ... Sarah Hotchkiss
Claudia Barrett ... Sally Phillips
Bill Catching ... Henchman

Season 4, Episode 13: Outlaw's Gallery

24 December 1953
Cisco and Pancho bait a trap for an outlaw gang plaguing a town.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Rory Mallinson ... Will Roberts

William Fawcett ... Zack Marsh
Boyd 'Red' Morgan ... Henchman Gil (as Red Morgan)

Nan Leslie ... Cynthia Marsh

John Damler ... Sheriff
Diablo ... Himself - Cisco's Horse (uncredited)
Loco ... Pancho's Horse (uncredited)
Carl Mathews ... Henchman (uncredited)

Jack Montgomery ... Henchman (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 14: The Black Terror

31 December 1953
In an attempt to round up two rival bands of outlaws, Cisco wears a black mask and goes undercover as The Black Terror.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Christine Larsen ... Mollie Cantry

William Henry ... Jed Barton

Reed Howes ... Hank Barton

Forrest Taylor ... Red Bell

Lee Roberts ... Link Barton
Bill Catching ... Ed Davis (uncredited)

Herman Hack ... Sheriff Cantry (uncredited)

Ray Jones ... Bell Henchman (uncredited)
Carl Mathews ... Clay Barton (uncredited)
Bob McElroy ... Bell Henchman (uncredited)

George Sowards ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 15: Sky Sign

7 January 1954
While purchasing provisions at a country store, Cisco and Pancho encounter an outlaw gang lead by an escaped convict.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Jan Bryant ... Miss Hardin

Mort Mills ... Carver

Mike Ragan ... Twisty - Henchman

Steve Clark ... Sheriff Cole

Ray Jones ... Hugh - Henchman (uncredited)
Carl Mathews ... Henchman (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 16: Cisco Meets the Gorilla

14 January 1954
A band of outlaws commits a series of robberies, while a sheriff and his deputy hunt down a gorilla on the loose.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Robert Clarke ... Deputy Johnny Boyle

Russ Conway ... Outlaw Leader

Max Wagner ... Henchman Marvin

Troy Melton ... Mike, the Sheriff
Bill Catching ... Bevins
Diablo ... Diablo, Cisco's Horse (uncredited)
Loco ... Pancho's Horse (uncredited)
Carl Mathews ... Henchman Don (uncredited)

George Sowards ... Henchman Red (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 17: Not Guilty

21 January 1954
Pancho's nephew is the witness to a murder and identifies the killer, who is arrested. When the circuit judge arrives for the trial, he is actually one of the killer's friends, who is impersonating the real judge in an effort to free his buddy.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho
Jose Gonzales-Gonzales ... Jose Gonzales de la Vega (as Jose G. Gonzalez)

Peter Coe ... Henchman Joe

Tristram Coffin ... Outlaw Leader (as Tris Coffin)

Lyle Talbot ... Judge Watkins

Troy Melton ... Sheriff Brady
Carl Mathews ... Henchman Tony McGraw (uncredited)

George Sowards ... Henchman Jake (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 18: Rodeo

28 January 1954
A confidence man solicits entry fees to a sham rodeo. Pancho is among the many would-be participants to be fooled by the scam.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Keith Richards ... Jim Usher

Marshall Reed ... Henchman
Shirley Lucas ... Pat Lacy

John L. Cason ... Phil Burleson (as John Cason)
Bill Catching ... Ralph London
Sharon Lucas ... Peg Lacy
Carl Mathews ... Rodeo Official (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 19: Marriage by Mail

4 February 1954
Pancho sends for a mail order bride, but he uses Cisco's picture instead of his own.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Jan Bryant ... Susan Marsh

Mort Mills ... Professor

Mike Ragan ... Decker - Henchman

Steve Clark ... Sheriff

Ray Jones ... Ray - Henchman (uncredited)
Carl Mathews ... Carl - Henchman (uncredited)

Jack Tornek ... Shooting Gallery Man (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 20: The Iron Mask

11 February 1954
It's Cisco and Pancho to the rescue when outlaws abduct a sheriff and imprison the lawman in an iron mask.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Dan White ... Brace Haggar (as Daniel M. White)

John Crawford ... Sheriff Al White

Michael Whalen ... Cain Haggar / Matt Haggar
Bill Catching ... Shack Guard (uncredited)

Ray Jones ... Townsman (uncredited)
Carl Mathews ... Townsman (uncredited)
Bob McElroy ... Cottonmouth Wheeler (uncredited)

Troy Melton ... Telegrapher (uncredited)

George Sowards ... Henchman Mike Lyden (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 21: Double Deal

18 February 1954
In order to exact revenge against Cisco for having once put him in jail, a man commits a gold shipment holdup while disguised as the Cisco Kid.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

William Henry ... Dave Langley (as Bill Henry)

Edmund Cobb ... Brady

William Phipps ... Henchman McNulty

Frank Hagney ... Henchman Connors
Charles Watts ... Banker Clark Jones
Bill Catching ... Sheriff
Carl Mathews ... Wagon Driver (uncredited)

Patsy Moran ... Female Barber (uncredited)

George Sowards ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 22: Horseless Carriage

25 February 1954
Pancho's nephew buys a new "horseless carriage", but finds himself in trouble when thieves use it as a getaway vehicle after they've robbed the bank.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho
Jose Gonzales-Gonzales ... Jose Gonzales de la Vega (as Jose G. Gonzalez)

Peter Coe ... Half-Breed Henchman

Tristram Coffin ... Nick Ward (as Tris Coffin)
Jean Dean ... Doris

William Fawcett ... Banker Scroggins
Bill Catching ... Sheriff

Herman Hack ... Townsman (uncredited)

Ray Jones ... Townsman (uncredited)

Troy Melton ... Bit Role (uncredited)

George Sowards ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 23: The Steel Plow

4 March 1954
A blacksmith attempts to invent an iron plow to till the hard earth. Ranchers believe farmers are stealing cattle to survive. After Cisco is injured he sends Pancho to investigate.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Keith Richards ... William Griff

Marshall Reed ... John Sterns
Shirley Lucas ... Grace Warren

John L. Cason ... Cavvy - Henchman (as John Cason)
Bill Catching ... Jarvis

Kermit Maynard ... Pete Warren
Diablo ... Himself - Cisco's Horse (uncredited)
Loco ... Himself - Pancho's Horse (uncredited)
Carl Mathews ... Bert - Henchman (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 24: The Ventriloquist

11 March 1954
Pancho learns how to throw his voice. Meanwhile, Cisco deals with a crooked assayer.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Robert Clarke ... Bud Thatcher

Russ Conway ... E.W. Akers - Assayer

Max Wagner ... Henchman Webster
Rankin Mansfield ... Hiram Thatcher
Diablo ... Diablo - Cisco's Horse (uncredited)
Loco ... Pancho's Horse (uncredited)
Carl Mathews ... Henchman (uncredited)

George Sowards ... Henchman (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 25: Powder Trail

18 March 1954
Cisco tries to save a town from bankruptcy.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

William Henry ... Blount (as Bill Henry)

Edmund Cobb ... Mr. Adams

William Phipps ... Jake - Henchman

Frank Hagney ... Henchman Lon
Shirley Tegge ... Celia Adams

Patsy Moran ... Townswoman
Carl Mathews ... Townsman (uncredited)

George Sowards ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 26: Cisco Plays the Ghost

25 March 1954
Cisco impersonates an apparition to trap a killer who is superstitious.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Dan White ... Alan Moxley (as Daniel M. White)

John Crawford ... Sheriff Todd

Michael Whalen ... Hank Winters

Benny Bartlett ... Jimmy Winters (as Bennie Bartlett)

Byron Foulger ... Claude Bobkins Jr.

Troy Melton ... Henchman

Season 5


Season 5, Episode 1: Six-Gun for No-Pain

25 September 1954
Cisco and Pancho receive aid from a traveling dentist when they try to track down a notorious killer who's now posing as a cattle dealer.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Dennis Moore ... Henchman
Henry Rowland ... Steve Potter aka Blackie Dawson

Earle Hodgins ... No Pain Norton
Joey Ray ... Henchman Briggs
Mickey Simpson ... Patient

Zon Murray ... Sheriff

Season 5, Episode 2: The Haunted Stage Stop

2 October 1954
Cisco is on the case when a station master and a gold shipment go missing.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Nan Leslie ... Judy MacPherson

John L. Cason ... Henchman (as John Cason)

Bill Kennedy ... Hank Jaggett

Myron Healey ... Don White

Bob Woodward ... Henchman
Art Dillard ... Henchman (uncredited)
Loco ... Loco, Pancho's Horse (uncredited)
Carl Mathews ... Henchman (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 3: Gold Strike

9 October 1954
Escorting a safecracker to jail, Cisco and Pancho's stagecoach is captured by bandits who take all passengers to a ghost town named "Gold Strike."

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho
Jacqueline Park ... Dolly Ferguson (as Jacquelyn Park)

Sandy Sanders ... Gary Austin

James Anderson ... Henchman Hank

Marshall Reed ... Fred
Ed Hinton ... Henchman Tap
Chuck Cason ... Henchman Charlie (uncredited)
Bill Catching ... Stage Driver (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 4: Trouble in Tonopah

16 October 1954
Cisco and Pancho match wits against a robber who has pulled off a series of seemingly impossible thefts.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Eddie Parker ... Jeff Donovan (as Edwin Parker)

Kenneth MacDonald ... Henry Blake

Gregg Barton ... Mike Dugan

Kermit Maynard ... Phil Dugan

Edward Clark ... Doc

Dan White ... Sheriff (as Daniel M. White)
Carl Mathews ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 5: Harry the Heir

23 October 1954
An egotistical acting ham confesses to bank robbery and murder, thus requiring Cisco and Pancho to save him from a lynch mob. Later, however, Cisco discovers that the grave of the supposed murder victim is empty.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

I. Stanford Jolley ... Roderick Lamoreux
Fay Morley ... Antoinette Lamoreux
James Parnell ... Sheriff

Leonard Penn ... Jed Proctor

Keith Richards ... London Harry Hanley
Diablo ... Cisco's Horse (uncredited)
Loco ... Pancho's Horse (uncredited)
Carl Mathews ... Henchman Carl (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 6: The Lowest Bidder

30 October 1954
Cisco and Pancho face a scammer who's out to steal the funds of a town desperately in need of water.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Jay Kirby ... Greg Sayer (as Bill George)
Ken Terrell ... Paul Blackwell (as Kenneth Terrell)

Lane Bradford ... Hayne

Eddy Waller ... Eli Oliver

Jack Ingram ... Stableman

Season 5, Episode 7: Mining Madness

6 November 1954
Turnabout is fair play when Cisco and Pancho kidnap a gambler who cheated a friend of theirs, and force him to work a worthless, but salted gold mine.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Raymond Hatton ... Jeff Hanby

Marshall Reed ... Todd Wheeler

Ted Mapes ... Sheriff

Lee Roberts ... Henchman Augie
Chuck Cason ... Henchman (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 8: Sundown's Gun

13 November 1954
Cisco helps a father regain the respect of his son.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Dennis Moore ... Fred, the Sheriff
Henry Rowland ... Matt Barlow

Earle Hodgins ... Deputy Purdy
B.G. Norman ... Billy
Carl Mathews ... Barlow's Partner (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 9: Pot of Gold

20 November 1954
Cisco and Pancho face a crooked deputy sheriff who's desperate to find the location of buried treasure from the Civil War, and has already killed once.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Nan Leslie ... Mary Andrew

John L. Cason ... Frank - Henchman (as John Cason)

Bill Kennedy ... Deputy Sheriff Cogley

Myron Healey ... Jim Gault

Hank Patterson ... Wind River Bill
William Vedder ... Pete Andrew

Bob Woodward ... Jake - Henchman
Diablo ... Cisco's Horse (uncredited)
Loco ... Loco - Poncho's Horse (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 10: Caution of Curley Thompson

27 November 1954
Cisco and Pancho help an ex-convict track down the leader of his old gang who has started a new life for himself.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho
Jacqueline Park ... Ruth (as Jacquelyn Park)

Sandy Sanders ... Whitey Thompson

James Anderson ... Jack Hanley

Marshall Reed ... Uncle Wilson Ford
Ed Hinton ... Muley
Diablo ... Cisco's Horse (uncredited)

Ray Jones ... Townsman (uncredited)
Loco ... Loco, Pancho's Horse (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 11: Fool's Gold

4 December 1954
Cisco and Pancho run a ruse to trap a gang of outlaws by making them think that their hideout is in the center of an upcoming major gold rush.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Eddie Parker ... Outlaw Leader (as Edwin Parker)

Kenneth MacDonald ... J.L. Webster

Gregg Barton ... Grady

Kermit Maynard ... Henchman Booth
Karolee Kelly ... Land Agent Cindy
Diablo ... Diablo, Cisco's Horse (uncredited)
Loco ... Loco, Pancho's Horse (uncredited)
Carl Mathews ... Henchman (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 12: The Hospital

11 December 1954
Cisco and Pancho come to the aid of a young doctor who's just been framed for embezzlement by a hospital trustee.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Jay Kirby ... Dr. Bob Randall (as Bill George)
Ken Terrell ... Jason Turnbull (as Kenneth Terrell)

Lane Bradford ... Deputy Blackie

Eddy Waller ... Dr. Bender

Jack Ingram ... Sheriff
Diablo ... Cisco's Horse (uncredited)
Loco ... Pancho's Horse (uncredited)
Carl Mathews ... Henchman (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 13: Three Suspects

18 December 1954
Cisco tries to figure out which of three suspects is a robber. His only clue is a hat found near the scene of the crime.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Lee Roberts ... Jim

Marshall Reed ... Whit Jameson

Raymond Hatton ... Morgan

Ted Mapes ... Burke
Diablo ... Cisco's Horse (uncredited)
Loco ... Pancho's Horse (uncredited)

Troy Melton ... Mail Driver (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 14: Pancho's Niece

25 December 1954
Pancho poses as the uncle of a young woman whose banker father apparently committed suicide after losing most of the bank's money. Cisco smells a rat and decides to investigate.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho
J.P. O'Donnell ... Dolores James

John Pickard ... Riddle

Julian Rivero ... Juan

William Tannen ... Roland McCard

Roy Engel ... Sheriff
Diablo ... Diablo, Cisco's Horse (uncredited)
Loco ... Pancho's Horse (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 15: Extradition Papers

1 January 1955
Pancho breaks in a new pair of boots.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

John Beradino ... Jess Martin (as John Berardino)
Dayton Osmond ... Tommy Martin

Mitchell Kowall ... Wounded henchman (as Mitchell Kowal)
Henry Rowland ... Henchman

Sam Flint ... Sheriff
Chuck Cason ... Henchman (uncredited)
Diablo ... Cisco's Horse (uncredited)
Loco ... Pancho's Horse (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 16: New Evidence

8 January 1955
A local judge enlists Cisco and Pancho as Marshal and bailiff to capture and try a murder suspect.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Sandy Sanders ... Dorsey Knudsen

Eddie Parker ... Gibbs (as Edwin Parker)
Fay Morley ... Carmel Tracy

Earle Hodgins ... Judge Elias Kendall

Edmund Cobb ... Henry Tracy
Diablo ... Cisco's Horse (uncredited)
Loco ... Pancho's Horse (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 17: Doorway to Nowhere

15 January 1955
The bedroom of a house mysteriously disappears.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Lillian Albertson ... Mrs. Collins

Nan Leslie ... Blanche posing as Doris

Kenneth MacDonald ... Ralph Hammond (as Kenneth R. MacDonald)

Lane Chandler ... Sheriff
Chuck Cason ... Deputy (uncredited)
Diablo ... Cisco's Horse (uncredited)
Loco ... Pancho's Horse (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 18: Stolen River

22 January 1955
Cisco and Pancho decide to pay a visit to an old friend at his ranch, but upon arrival they learn that the pal has been murdered and his widow is planning to sell the place.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho
Nancy Hale ... Mady Barbour

I. Stanford Jolley ... Slim Lennox

Zon Murray ... Henchman King
Thayer Roberts ... Sheriff

Rory Mallinson ... Surveyor
Chuck Cason ... Henchman (uncredited)
Diablo ... Cisco's Horse (uncredited)
Loco ... Pancho's Horse (uncredited)
Carl Mathews ... Henchman (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 19: Son of a Gunman

29 January 1955
A young man has been forced to live under the dark shadow of his outlaw father all his life, so Cisco and Pancho decide to hellp clear his name.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

John Beradino ... Buck Lundigan (as John Berardino)

Mitchell Kowall ... Johnny Nestor (as Mitchell Kowal)

Sam Flint ... Sheriff
Henry Rowland ... Will Foresby aka Will Knowland
Chuck Cason ... Henchman (uncredited)
Diablo ... Cisco's Horse (uncredited)
Loco ... Pancho's Horse (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 20: Juggler's Silver

3 February 1955
A former circus juggler blames Cisco and Pancho for the worthless mine he recently purchased and tries to kill them.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho
Fortune Gordien ... Danny Harris

Rodd Redwing ... Nimble Nick Carr (as Rod Redwing)

Leonard Penn ... Judd

Kenneth MacDonald ... Marshal Ed Watson
Chuck Cason ... Express Rider (uncredited)
Diablo ... Cisco's Horse (uncredited)
Loco ... Pancho's Horse (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 21: The Kidnapped Cameraman

10 February 1955
A photographer takes a picture of a murder. The killer and his brother go after him.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho
Tom Irish ... Ted Miller

Terry Frost ... Chuck Farley

Keith Richards ... Red Farley

Kermit Maynard ... Sheriff
Chuck Cason ... Murdered Man (as Chuck Carson)
Diablo ... Diablo, Cisco's Horse (uncredited)
Loco ... Pancho's Horse (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 22: Cisco and the Giant

17 February 1955
Cisco and Pancho join an outlaw gang to solve a series of stagecoach robberies.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Dennis Moore ... Sheriff Sam Johnson

Glenn Strange ... Curly Peters

Duane Grey ... Judd Casey (as Rex Thorsen)
Ken Terrell ... Henchman Lobo (as Kenneth Terrell)

Patricia Tiernan ... Ann Johnson
Chuck Cason ... Henchman Chuck (uncredited)
Diablo ... Cisco's Horse (uncredited)
Loco ... Pancho's Horse (uncredited)
Carl Mathews ... Henchman (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 23: Montezuma's Treasure

24 February 1955
Cisco and Pancho aid a professor searching for the lost treasure of Aztec emperor Montezuma.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho
Thayer Roberts ... Professor Bradley

I. Stanford Jolley ... Professor Danforth

Zon Murray ... Bull

Ferris Taylor ... Sheriff
Chuck Cason ... Henchman Slade (uncredited)
Diablo ... Cisco's Horse (uncredited)
Loco ... Pancho's Horse (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 24: Vendetta

3 March 1955
The Cisco Kid settles an old family feud between two ranchers.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Alan Wells ... Gil Parker
Claudia Barrett ... Terry Monahan

Kenneth MacDonald ... Frank Guthrie

Leonard Penn ... Warren Sturgis
Diablo ... Cisco's Horse (uncredited)
Loco ... Pancho's Horse (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 25: The Two-Wheeler

10 March 1955
Cisco and Pancho help a bicycle-riding tenderfoot who was cheated out of a gold claim by swindlers.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho
Tom Irish ... Albert Taylor

Sally Fraser ... Martha

Keith Richards ... Frank Douglas

Terry Frost ... Webb
Diablo ... Cisco's Horse (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 26: The Tumblers

17 March 1955
There's a new sheriff in town, and he happens to be a gymnast.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Loren Janes ... Tim Siebert
Ward James ... Hearn
Harry Cody ... Hank Siebert
Maureen Cassidy ... Kitty Noonan

William Fawcett ... Sheriff Len Cooper
Chuck Cason ... Henchman (uncredited)

Jack Tornek ... Henchman (uncredited)

Season 6


Season 6, Episode 1: A Quiet Sunday Morning

6 October 1955
Cisco and Pancho pursue three robbers, one of whom is a teenager who killed a sheriff during their getaway.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Frank Richards ... Grant
Richard Castle ... Kenny Marsh
Elsie Baker ... Mrs. Sims
Margie Moran ... June Sims
Chuck Cason ... Robbery victim
Diablo ... Cisco's Horse (uncredited)
Loco ... Loco, Pancho's Horse (uncredited)
Bob Reeves ... Sheriff Sims (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 2: Arroyo Millionaire's Castle

13 October 1955
Cisco and Poncho stumble on a gold theft, before they can do anything the local sheriff also arrives. He decides Cisco is the real thief and intends to put before the courts.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho
Wayne Mallory ... Carl White
Britt Wood ... Grampus White

Mort Mills ... Sheriff Tom Roscoe
Gene Covelli ... Steve
Diablo ... Cisco's Horse (uncredited)
Loco ... Pancho's Horse (uncredited)
Bob McElroy ... Posse Rider (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 3: Witness

20 October 1955
Pancho is shot after interrupting a holdup, but he finds time is on his side.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Tristram Coffin ... Chet Morton (as Tris Coffin)

Terry Frost ... Henchman Dorf
Russ Whitney ... Express Agent Cartright (as Russell Whitney)
Melinda Plowman ... Carol Cartright

Season 6, Episode 4: Choctaw Justice

27 October 1955
Cisco must clear a Native American of a murder charge.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho
William Pullen ... Charlie Ponca (as Bill Pullen)
Margaret Cahill ... Molly
Paul Fierro ... Fred Tofo

James Anderson ... Curly

Chief Yowlachie ... Indian Judge
Loco ... Loco, Pancho's Horse (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 5: New York's Finest

3 November 1955
A member of the NY Mounted Police arrives in town to the dismay of the outlaws who are running it. Cisco and Pancho interfere when henchmen try to beat him up.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Tristram Coffin ... Saunders (as Tris Coffin)

Terry Frost ... Morgan
Charles Maxwell ... Jeff Adams
Anna Navarro ... Ruth Mallory
Diablo ... Diablo, Cisco's Horse (uncredited)
Loco ... Loco, Pancho's Horse (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 6: Cisco and the Tappers

3 November 1955
Cisco and Pancho help a pair of lawmen capture a band of outlaws who tap into telegraph wires to learn of upcoming gold shipments.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho
Wayne Mallory ... Deputy Harry
Britt Wood ... Sheriff

Mort Mills ... Bart Stevens
Bill Catching ... Henchman Whitey
Chuck Cason ... Henchman Slade (uncredited)
Diablo ... Cisco's Horse (uncredited)
Loco ... Loco, Pancho's Horse (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 7: Young Blood

10 November 1955
Cisco tries to keep a youth from joining a gang of outlaws.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho
Richard Castle ... Dan
Elsie Baker ... Mrs. Parry

Jud Taylor ... Buck (as Gerald Olken)
Tim Johnson ... Ray

Season 6, Episode 8: School Marm

17 November 1955
A new school marm is kidnapped and held for ransom.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho
Elaine Riley ... Irene Moore
Sydney Mason ... Abner Gregg

Marshall Reed ... Dick
Joel Ashley ... Mr. Bond
Ken Miller ... Jay Jones (as Kenneth Miller)
Diablo ... Cisco's Horse (uncredited)
Loco ... Pancho's Horse (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 9: Bounty Men

24 November 1955
Cisco and Pancho trail a wanted killer to an army-recruiting station and encounter a military doctor who enlists wanted men into the service under aliases.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Frosty Royce ... Pat Pierce

Earle Hodgins ... Dr. Owen Desmond

Zon Murray ... Ron Copeland aka Norman Castle
Mickey Simpson ... Wade aka Sergeant Quinn
Diablo ... Cisco's Horse (uncredited)
Loco ... Pancho's Horse (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 10: Quick on the Trigger

1 December 1955
Cisco and Pancho contend with a sheriff who shoots first and asks questions later.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Peter Mamakos ... Sheriff Carter
Robin Short ... Joe Wilcox
John Compton ... Bob Barnes

Sue England ... Laura Wilcox

Season 6, Episode 11: Gold, Death and Dynamite

8 December 1955
A gold shipment is replaced with a chest of dynamite in the hopes that stage coach robbers will blow themselves up when they attempt to shoot open the lock. Pancho discovers that there will be an unexpected passenger aboard the coach.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho
Elaine Riley ... Millie Stone
Steven Clark ... Mel Baldwin

Marshall Reed ... Dobie
Joel Ashley ... Henchman Clem
Sydney Mason ... Sheriff

John L. Cason ... Stage Robber (uncredited) (archive footage)
Bill Catching ... 2nd Stage Driver (uncredited) (archive footage)

Steve Clark ... 1st Stage Driver (uncredited) (archive footage)
Diablo ... Diablo, Cisco's Horse (uncredited)
Brad Johnson ... Stage Guard (uncredited) (archive footage)

Ray Jones ... Stage Robber (uncredited) (archive footage)
Loco ... Pancho's Horse (uncredited)

Cactus Mack ... 3rd Stage Driver (uncredited) (archive footage)

Bud Osborne ... 4th Stage Driver (uncredited) (archive footage)

Al Wyatt Sr. ... 5th Stage Driver (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 12: Jumping Beans

15 December 1955
Cisco and Pancho deal with escaped prisoners. Cisco convinces one of the outlaws that jumping beans can determine if he is telling the truth.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Earle Hodgins ... Lang
Robert Strong ... Brewster

Zon Murray ... Bailey
Mickey Simpson ... Henchman Judd

Frosty Royce ... Henchman Menkin (as Frosty Royse)
Diablo ... Cisco's Horse (uncredited)
Loco ... Pancho's Horse (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 13: Ambush

22 December 1955
Three men Cisco put in jail want to kill him. Pancho, who is visiting relatives, is forced to send a letter to Cisco to invite him to an ambush.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho
Paul Fierro ... Ricardo Gomez
William Pullen ... Cheyenne Jones (as Bill Pullen)

James Anderson ... Iceberg Ike
Joe Dominguez ... Uncle Alberto
Anna Navarro ... Elena

Troy Melton ... Mail Clerk
Diablo ... Diablo, Cisco's Horse (uncredited)
Loco ... Loco, Pancho's Horse (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 14: Six Gun Cupids

29 December 1955
Cisco and Pancho help a young couple elope.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho
Robin Short ... Ted Landry
Paula Houston ... Isabel Landry
John Compton ... Emery

Jackie Loughery ... Ellen Marland

Peter Mamakos ... Henchman Leach
Diablo ... Diablo, Cisco's Horse (uncredited)
Loco ... Pancho's Horse (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 15: Strangers

5 January 1956
After Diablo and Loco are stolen, Cisco and Pancho deal with a man who is protecting his killer son.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

John Cliff ... Matt Pearson

Pierce Lyden ... Carl Barton
John Halloran ... Brace Haskell
Don Gardner ... Jerry Haskell
Diablo ... Cisco's Horse (uncredited)

Kit Guard ... Corral Guard (uncredited)
Loco ... Pancho's Horse (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 16: The Joker

12 January 1956
Cisco and Pancho help a young woman who has been swindled by a man with a mean sense of humor. Pancho adopts a pet raven which he names Señor Cortez.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Terry Frost ... Porter the Joker

John Beradino ... Henchman Crane (as John Berardino)

Lee Morgan ... Henchman Muscles

Joyce Jameson ... Jill Stewart
Diablo ... Cisco's Horse (uncredited)
Loco ... Loco, Pancho's Horse (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 17: Man with the Reputation

19 January 1956
Cisco is accused of helping an escaped convict. A gang has taken over a town, evicting residents who can't repay loans.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho
Steven Clark ... Editor Trent Wilson
Marilyn Saris ... Juanita Harris
Paul Hahn ... Branch Kennedy
Joel Smith ... Constable Slate

Lane Bradford ... John Mason
Chuck Cason ... Henchman (uncredited)
Diablo ... Cisco's Horse (uncredited)
Loco ... Pancho's Horse (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 18: The Epidemic

26 January 1956
A town sick with smallpox awaits its vaccine, but bandits rob the mail rider and hold it for ransom.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho
George Meader ... Doc
Leo Needham ... Mackey
Jack Littlefield ... Henchman Trim
Ward James ... Henchman Ward (as Ward C. James)

Johnny Duncan ... Mail Rider (as John B. Duncan)
Diablo ... Cisco's Horse (uncredited)
Loco ... Loco, Pancho's Horse (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 19: Mr. X

2 February 1956
When a miner is trapped by a cave in, it's up to his pet monkey, Mr. X, to save the day.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho
Diana Welles ... Alice Blake

Gene Roth ... Tom Blake

Pierce Lyden ... Dana
Don Gardner ... Johnny Clark
Diablo ... Cisco's Horse (uncredited)
Loco ... Pancho's Horse (uncredited)

Frosty Royce ... Henchman Frosty (uncredited)

Jack Tornek ... Henchman (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 20: Roundup

9 February 1956
A woman who has inherited her father's ranch hires Cisco and Pancho for a roundup after they rescue her from a cowhand who was manhandling her. The cowhand wants revenge for being fired.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Joyce Jameson ... Arizona Williams

John Beradino ... Rick Johnson (as John Barardino)

Terry Frost ... Ned

Lee Morgan ... Grubstake
Diablo ... Cisco's Horse (uncredited)
Loco ... Pancho's Horse (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 21: He Couldn't Quit

16 February 1956
Cisco and Pancho are destined to cross paths with a pretty palm reader.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho
Lillian Molieri ... Gypsy
Charles Maxwell ... Sheriff Paul Jackson

James Seay ... Roy Dillon

William Fawcett ... Hunt
Diablo ... Diablo, Cisco's Horse (uncredited)

Ray Jones ... Henchman (uncredited)
Loco ... Loco, Pancho's Horse (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 22: Kilts and Sombreros

23 February 1956
Cisco and Pancho rescue a kilt-clad Scotsman from bandits. Later he brags to his nephew that he once rode with the Cisco Kid.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho
Ian Murray ... MacDougall
Barry Froner ... Billy Walker
Sydney Mason ... Sheriff Walker (as Sidney Mason)

Lane Bradford ... Outlaw Leader
Joel Smith ... Henchman
Diablo ... Cisco's Horse (uncredited)
Loco ... Pancho's Horse (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 23: West of the Law

1 March 1956
A young man is run out of town when he sticks up for an opera singer. Cisco and Pancho step in when outlaws are after the singer's jewels.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Johnny Duncan ... Mickey Doan (as John B. Duncan)
Leo Needham ... Camden
Ward James ... Henchman Durango (as Ward C. James)
Fay Morley ... Marla Fontaine
Diablo ... Cisco's Horse (uncredited)
Loco ... Pancho's Horse (uncredited)
Carl Mathews ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 24: Dangerous Shoemaker

8 March 1956
Pancho takes his boots to a shoemaker to be stretched and overhears the cobbler plotting illegal activity with a man who steals the boots.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Sandy Sanders ... Duke Martin

Keith Richards ... Simon Telford
Bruce Payne ... Tom Jordan

Glenn Strange ... Shoemaker Blake
Diablo ... Diablo, Cisco's Horse (uncredited)
Loco ... Pancho's Horse (uncredited)
Carl Mathews ... Henchman (uncredited)
Britt Wood ... Sheriff (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 25: Magician of Jamesville

15 March 1956
A magician teaches Pancho some magic tricks. Cisco and his pal have to discover who killed the sheriff.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho

Earle Hodgins ... Orlando the magician
Charles Maxwell ... Mayor Brandon

William Fawcett ... Grandpa Joe

James Seay ... Hardy

Bert Rumsey ... Sheriff
Diablo ... Cisco's Horse (uncredited)
Loco ... Loco, Pancho's Horse (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 26: Tangled Trails

22 March 1956
Cisco and Pancho try to find a girl's missing uncle.

Duncan Renaldo ... The Cisco Kid

Leo Carrillo ... Pancho
William Vaughn ... Outlaw Leader
Ann Duncan ... Trudy Banning
Don Mathers ... Williams

Max Wagner ... Henry Banning

Lee Morgan ... Henchman Nevada
Diablo ... Cisco's Horse (uncredited)
Loco ... Loco, Pancho's Horse (uncredited)

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