The Cisco Kid: Season 1, Episode 18

Confession for Money (2 Jan. 1951)

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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.

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Duncan Renaldo ...
Leo Carrillo ...
Carol Forman ...
Pat Lacy
Richard Emory ...
Terry Ryan
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Tom Tracy
Frank Matts ...
Henchman Lou
Victor Cox ...
Henchman Joe
Lane Chandler ...
Sheriff
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Lawyer A.W. Parker
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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.

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