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The Girl from San Lorenzo (1950)

Approved | | Western | 24 February 1950 (USA)
Cisco and Pancho set out to clear their names in a series of stage robberies committed by two thugs who are impersonating them.

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William F. Leicester ...
Jerry Todd (as Bill Lester)
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Ross, station agent
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Henchman Kansas (as Don Harvey)
Lee Phelps ...
Sheriff Marlowe
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Tom McCarger
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The Phoney Cisco
Wes Hudman ...
Henchman Rusty
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Two men dressed as Cisco and Pancho have been committing murder and robberies. With a reward now posted the real Cisco and Pancho are captured. But the outlaws have one big final job to do and need Cisco and Pancho as alibis. So they break them out of jail and make them prisoners. This gives Cisco and Pancho a chance to escape and clear themselves by bringing in the imposters. Written by Maurice VanAuken <mvanauken@a1access.net>

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GUN IN HAND... Revenge In Heart!

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Western

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Good Series Western
17 May 2003 | by (Ottawa, Ontario, Canada) – See all my reviews

"The Girl From San Lorenzo" is an offering from the second series of Cisco Kid westerns starring Duncan Renaldo as Cisco. Leo Carrillo played Pancho in this series. Unlike the first series, Cisco is not portrayed as a dashing cabelliero and there are no musical numbers. You have to listen close to Carrillo's dialogue to pick up all of his oxy-morans. They're hilarious.

The plot plot of this entry has Cisco and Pancho being blamed for a series of stagecoach robberies being committed by Cisco and Pancho impersonators (David Sharpe, Edmund Cobb). The "brains" of the outfit is Byron Foulger who usually played mousy bank tellers or storekeepers. Don C. Harvey is his chief lieutenant. Jane Adams and Bill Lester are the nominal series western hero and heroine. Lee Phelps makes a rather aged sheriff.

The DVD release pairs this film with "South of the Rio Grande" (1945) from the first series. You can compare the two formats and draw your own conclusions. Also on the DVD is an episode from the TV series and a very enlightening interview with Duncan Renaldo in which he discusses his career and how he came to play Cisco.


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