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THE CISCO KID

Cast: The Cisco Kid — Duncan Renaldo, Pancho — Leo Carillo
Genre: Western
Year: 1950-1956
Length: 5 HALF-HOUR EPISODES
Color/B&W: Color
Origin: USA
Directors: Eddie Davis, Leslie Goodwins.

Synopsis: One of the most popular and durable westerns of early television. The Cisco Kid was a Mexican adventurer who ranged the old southwest with his trust sidekick, Pancho. Cisco’s horse was Diablo, and Pancho’s was Loco. In the eyes of the law, Cisco and Pancho were desperadoes, wanted for unspecified crimes; in the eyes of the poor and downtrodden, the two were do-gooders who often acted where inept and unscrupulous lawmen would not. They saw a lot of action together. Usually Cisco’s fast draw was to shoot the gun out of the bad guy’s hand. The ready fun-loving camaraderie between Cisco and Pancho was what made the series work.

 

Cast: The Cisco Kid -- Duncan Renaldo, Pancho -- Leo Carillo

Genre: Western

Year: 1950-1956

Length: 5 HALF-HOUR EPISODES

Color/B&W: Color

Origin: USA

Directors: Eddie Davis, Leslie Goodwins.

Synopsis: One of the most popular and durable westerns of early television. The Cisco Kid was a Mexican adventurer who ranged the old southwest with his trust sidekick, Pancho. Cisco's horse was Diablo, and Pancho's was Loco. In the eyes of the law, Cisco and Pancho were desperadoes, wanted for unspecified crimes; in the eyes of the poor and downtrodden, the two were do-gooders who often acted where inept and unscrupulous lawmen would not. They saw a lot of action together. Usually Cisco's fast draw was to shoot the gun out of the bad guy's hand. The ready fun-loving camaraderie between Cisco and Pancho was what made the series work.

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