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The Gay Amigo (1949)

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The Gay Amigo was the second "Cisco Kid" theatrical entry produced for United Artists release by Philip N. Krasne. Duncan Renaldo, who would go on to portray Cisco in the popular 1950s TV series, stars in this outing, together with Leo Carrillo as his comical sidekick Pancho. Cisco and Pancho are wrongfully identified as bandits by a U.S. Cavalry sergeant (Joe Sawyer). Realizing that no one believes their innocence, the boys decide to pose as criminals in order to get the goods on the real crooks. Pancho has some wonderful moments as he holds up a stagecoach and fends off the amorous advances of a spinsterish passenger (Helen Servis), while Cisco enjoys a brief liaison with barmaid Rosita (Armida), the girl friend of the flustered cavalry sergeant. One of the better Krasne-produced "Cisco Kid" efforts, Gay Amigo tells its story in a brisk 62 minutes.

Cast

Duncan Renaldo
as The Cisco Kid
Armida
as Rosita
Joe Sawyer
as Sergeant McNulty
Kenneth MacDonald
as Capt. Lewis
Harry De Vere
as Corporal
Clayton Moore
as Lieutenant
Helen Servis
as Old Maid
Sam Flint
as Paulsen
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Though the story is weak, Renaldo and Carillo offer colorful portrayals and give spirited performances to overcome its deficits.

August 26, 2013 | Rating: B | Full Review…
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