Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|CISCO KID DOUBLE FEATURE Vol 1 South Of Rio Grande The Girl From San Lorenzo|
Actors: Duncan Renaldo, Leo Carrillo, Diablo, Loco, Carl Mathews
Of all the heroes of the Old West, few are as well loved or as easily recognized as the Cisco Kid, based on O'Henry's famous character. Together with his bumbling, but lovable amigo, Pancho, Cisco has entertained millio... more »
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Marc M. (mojofilmguy)
Reviewed on 9/1/2009...
Two fun old western movies starring Duncan Renaldo as the Cisco Kid and Leo Carrillo as his pal Pancho. Get out the popcorn, turn out the lights and it is 1950 again !
The Robin Hood of the West,"The CISCO Kid" comes to DVD!
forrie | Nashua, NH United States | 10/28/2002
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Of all the Western heroes in the 1940's and 1950's the "Cisco Kid" (Duncan Renaldo) and his sidekick Poncho (Leo Carrillo)were the most loved and easily recognized. They were the first internationally accepted western stars. Now through VCI Entertainment we have 3 great samples of "The Kid". The first installment a 1945 movie, "South of the Rio Grande" (Standard Format / Black & White - digitally remastered, excellent quality) is about the daring duo go to the aide of a rancher friend to thwart a terrorizing dictator. The second movie (1950), "The Girl from San Lorenzo" (also a Standard Format/ Black & White - not digitally remastered, fair quality) - has Cisco & Poncho tracking down a criminal gang which has been robbing stagecoaches disguised as them. (Cisco & Poncho) The third film is from "The Cisco Kid" tv show of the 1950's (Standard Format / in Color - not digitally remastered (fair quality).The extra features include; Photo & Poster Gallery, Biographies & Interview with Duncan Renaldo.You get alot with this double feature DVD. A great introduction or re-introduction to "The Cisco Kid". Duncan Renaldo is "Cisco" and Leo Carillo was the perfect "Poncho". For many movies & for several years this duo graced the big screen and our television sets with their lovable personalities.This is fun family stuff. A real touch of western nostalgia. Enjoy."