The Cisco Kid: Season 1, Episode 26

Water Rights (20 Feb. 1951)

TV Episode  -   -  Western
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Cisco and Pancho witness some strange behavior by a coach driver near the town of Guunison. Suddenly they are accused of attempting to rob the stage, Cisco clearly wants to clear his name, ... See full summary »

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Duncan Renaldo ...
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Tanis Chandler ...
Marge Lacey
Zon Murray ...
Lawyer Sam Foster
Tristram Coffin ...
Banker Tom Barton (as Tris Coffin)
Frank McCarroll ...
Henchman Jason
Hank Patterson ...
Jim Lacey
Kenne Duncan ...
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Cisco and Pancho witness some strange behavior by a coach driver near the town of Guunison. Suddenly they are accused of attempting to rob the stage, Cisco clearly wants to clear his name, however while investigating Cisco discovers a much bigger game being played. Written by Chapman_glen@yahoo.com

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