Lucky Cisco Kid
Lucky Cisco Kid ★★½ 1940
Romero takes over from Warner Baxter in the fourth entry in the series, with Martin as his loyal sidekick. This time a rustler and his gang are stealing cattle and using the Kid's name to place the blame. Fastpaced with Romero appropriately debonair. Andrews screen debut. 67m/B VHS . Cesar Romero, Chris-Pin (Ethier Crispin Martini) Martin, Mary Beth Hughes, Dana Andrews, Evelyn Venable, Joseph (Joe) Sawyer, Francis Ford; D: H. Bruce Humberstone; W: Robert Ellis, Helen Logan; C: Lucien N. Andriot; M: Cyril Mockridge.
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