Cisco Kid Western Collection (The Gay Cavalier / Beauty and the Bandit / South of Monterey / Riding the California Trail / Robin Hood of Monterey / King of the Bandits) (2-DVD)

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DVD Details

  • Biographies & Trailers
  • Language: English
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Rated: Not Rated
  • Closed captioning available
  • Run Time: 6 hours, 18 minutes
  • Video: Black & White
  • Encoding: Region 0 (Worldwide)
  • Released: February 27, 2007
  • Originally Released: 1946
  • Label: VCI Video

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The Cisco Kid (starring Gilbert Roland) in six features from 1946 & 1947...

The Gay Cavalier (1946): This Monogram production represented Gilbert Roland's first outing as The Cisco Kid. In this polished adventure, Cisco has his hands full between solving a stagecoach robbery and rescuing a woman from marrying a man who is not what he seems to be.

Beauty And The Bandit (1946): Cisco and Pancho come to the rescue of a beautiful young senorita that is in immediate danger of losing her ranch to a low-down varmint.

South Of Monterey (1946): Trying to stop a land swindling scheme proves to be a little tricky for The Cisco Kid and his side kick Pancho when the men behind it turn out to be a police captain and a tax collector.

Riding The California Trail (1947): By impersonation, quick thinking and an exciting duel, a lovely senorita is rescued.

Robin Hood Of Monterey (1947): In Gilbert Roland's next-to-last outing as Cisco, the Kid is almost executed for murder but escapes and captures the real killer.

King Of The Bandits (1947): This marked Gilbert Roland's final turn under the sombrero of The Cisco Kid. U.S. Marshals pursue Cisco when he catches blame for an imposter's string of stagecoach robberies. Cisco and Pancho elude the law long enough to catch the real robbers in order to clear themselves of false charges.

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The Cisco Kid (starring Gilbert Roland) in six features from 1946 & 1947. THE GAY CAVALIER: This Monogram production represented Gilbert Rolands first outing as the Cisco Kid. In this polished adventure Cisco has his hands full between solving a stagecoach robbery and rescuing a woman from marrying a man who is not what he seems to be. RT: 65 min, B&W, 1.33:1, NR, 1946 BEAUTY AND THE BANDIT: Cisco and Pancho come to the rescue of a beautiful young senorita that is in immediate danger of losing her ranch to a low-down varmint. RT: 69 min, B&W, 1.33:1, NR, 1946 SOUTH OF MONTEREY: Trying to stop a land swindling scheme proves to be a little tricky for Cisco Kid and his side kick Pancho when the men behind it turn out to be a police captain and a tax collector. RT: 64 min, B&W, 1.33:1, NR, 1946 RIDING THE CALIFORNIA TRAIL: By impersonation, quick thinking and an exciting duel, a lovely senorita is rescued. RT: 59 min, B&W, 1.33:1, NR, 1947 ROBIN HOOD OF MONTEREY: In Gilbert Roland's next to the last outing as Cisco, the Kid is almost executed for murder, but escapes and captures the real killer. RT: 57 min, B&W, 1.33:1, NR, 1947 KING OF THE BANDITS: This marked Gilbert Rolands final turn under the sombrero of the Cisco Kid. U.S. Marshals pursue Cisco when he catches blame for an imposters string of stagecoach robberies. Cisco and Pancho elude the law long enough to catch the real robbers in order to clear themselves of false charges. RT: 64 min, B&W, 1.33:1, NR, 1947

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  • UPC: 089859847721
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