A Polish rabbi wanders through the Old West on his way to lead a synagogue in San Francisco. On the way he is nearly burnt at the stake by Indians and almost killed by outlaws. Written by
Ed Stephan <email@example.com>
This kosher cowboy hasn't got a prayer -- but plenty of laughs.
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Did You Know?
"The Frisco Kid" wasn't the first time this title was used. There was another western made in 1935, Frisco Kid
(1935), but this film was not a remake of that one. See more
After reaching the Coast of California, Avram and Tommy must travel a day-and-a-half North to reach San Francisco. In one of the next scenes they are shown riding with the ocean on their right-hand side. That would have had them riding South. See more
Chief Gray Cloud
...And you, who speak to Indians as if to little children: Your heart is big. Not as big as your mouth, but you have good feelings inside.
Composed by Stephen Foster
(as Stephen Collins Foster) See more