The Cisco Kid: Season 4, Episode 12

The Raccoon Story (17 Dec. 1953)

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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.

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Duncan Renaldo ...
Leo Carrillo ...
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Henry Collins
Paul Marion ...
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Gus Brown
Almira Sessions ...
Sarah Hotchkiss
Claudia Barrett ...
Sally Phillips
Bill Catching ...
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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.

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17 December 1953 (USA)  »

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