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The Cisco Kid Double Feature, Vol. 2 [DVD]

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Overview

Special Features

  • Scene selection
  • Photo & poster gallery
  • Biographies of Duncan Renaldo and Leo Carrillo
  • Interview with Duncan Renaldo and Colonel Tim McCoy

Synopsis

Satan's Cradle
Satan's Cradle was the fourth of producer Phil Krasne's "Cisco Kid" programmers for United Artists. Anyone who remembers the Cisco TV series will know without being told that Duncan Renaldo and Leo Carrillo essayed the roles of wandering do-gooders Cisco and Pancho. Unlike previous entries, Satan's Cradle was directed by serial veteran Ford Beebe rather than the unimaginative Wallace Fox; the improvement is immediately noticeable. This time, Cisco takes on a frontier megalomaniac, shyster lawyer Steve Gentry (Douglas Fowley), who has taken over a mining town. Gentry's confederate is dancehall girl Lil (Ann Savage) who is as deadly as she is beautiful. When itinerant preacher Henry Lane (Byron Foulger) is beaten to a pulp by Gentry's goons (an astonishingly brutal sequence), Cisco and Pancho move in for the kill. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

The Daring Caballero
Daring Cabellero was the third of producer Phil Krasne's Cisco Kid "B" westerns. Duncan Renaldo and Leo Carrillo return as Cisco and Pancho, roles they'd carry over into a popular 1950s TV series. Once more stumbling into a dangerous situation, Cisco and Pancho risk their own necks by saving an innocent man from hanging. Eventually, our heroes learn that a corrupt political machine is behind the killing. Leading lady Kippie Valez is cast as "herself," which must have meant more in 1949 than it does today. Unlike the subsequent TV series, Daring Caballero does not end with the leading actors reciting their standard mantra "Oh, Pancho! Oh, Cisco!" ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Cast & Crew

  • Duncan Renaldo
    Duncan Renaldo - Cisco Kid
  • Leo Carrillo
    Leo Carrillo - Pancho
  • Ann Savage
    Ann Savage - Lil
  • Douglas Fowley
    Douglas Fowley - Steve Gentry
  • Byron Foulger
    Byron Foulger - Henry Lane
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