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A charismatic bandit must outsmart the sheriff trying to catch him and a double-dealing Mexican beauty in this Western that was Nominated for 5 Academy Awardsr, including Best Picture. Featuring an Oscarr-Winning performance by Warner Baxter as The Cisco Kid, In Old Arizona is a must-own cinematic treasure for any classic film fan.
Warner Baxter is marvelous, the story has a 'different' ending and being as old as it is
the film is in fantastic shape!!
The Cisco Kid was one of the TV westerns I watched growing up in the 1950's with Duncan Renaldo. But I knew that Duncan's Cisco Kid was not exactly like O Henry's version and so... Read morePublished 3 months ago by William Armstrong
Co-directed by Raoul Walsh, the film is based on O'Henry's original Cisco Kid. He's very bad news for his girlfriend.Published on July 15, 2013 by david a. banks
Idid't see eve with this resolution
Thnaks a lot for que reconstruction
Ilove this film it is very good ok
With the arrival of the "talkie," sound pictures were quickly integrated into each studio. In one short year, the new technology had spread across the industry and into each genre. Read morePublished on June 19, 2013 by Ryan
This movie was great for its time,but does'nt quite transfer across on todays standards.Has some volume issues when the actors are talking in low tone or walking away from a... Read morePublished on May 20, 2013 by JUDAS TREES
This has got to be one of his best roles. It's easy to understand why he repeated the role three times in the next ten years.Published on March 17, 2013 by Bart Petrosky
Warner Baxter won the best actor Oscar(the first one for a talking picture), playing the Cisco Kid in this film. Read morePublished on January 12, 2013 by Tony Marquise Jr.
The 1st film shot on location using Fox's sound-on-film "Movietone" process. It had a huge novelty effect when released late in 1928; the contemporary critics all wax rhapsodic. Read morePublished on September 25, 2011 by Charles D. Fulton