The Cisco Kid: Season 1, Episode 14

Wedding Blackmail (5 Dec. 1950)

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Cisco and Pancho try to help a young bank teller, whose marriage to the bank president's daughter is endangered by two gunmen who are blackmailing him about a secret from his past.

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Duncan Renaldo ...
Leo Carrillo ...
Phyllis Coates ...
Marge Lacey
Bill Kennedy ...
Sam Foster
Mike Ragan ...
Jason (as Michael Ragan)
David Bruce ...
Bill Ryan
Tom Tyler ...
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Cisco and Pancho try to help a young bank teller, whose marriage to the bank president's daughter is endangered by two gunmen who are blackmailing him about a secret from his past.

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Pancho: Hey, Cisco, this wedding gonna wind up to be a funeral for Pancho, I think.
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