Don Carlos (Frank Fay) ,posing as a Mexican Vaquero/Bandito, crosses the border into a small Texas town and soon finds himself on the side of the law while trying to help a local cattle rancher in his fight against cattle rustlers, which does not hinder his multiple romantic activities.
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You'll Vote This the Finest Entertainment you have ever seen! (print ad - Lubbock Morning Avalanche - Lindsey Theatre - Lubbock, Texas - July 22, 1930)
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The film sparked protest in New York City, as the Latinos of the 1930s felt insulted by its depiction of Mexicans as liars and womanizers. The New York City police attacked the protesters and killed protest leader Gonzalo González. See more
Under the Texas Moon
Written by Ray Perkins See more