The Cisco Kid: Season 1, Episode 21

Pancho Held Hostage (16 Jan. 1951)

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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.

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Episode complete credited cast:
Duncan Renaldo ...
Leo Carrillo ...
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
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Parker the Banker
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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.

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