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Lot #: 032 IN OLD ARIZONA linen 1sheet

Date Sold 12/9/1991
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Appears in Hollywood Posters 2
Only $60

The image at right appears in the auction catalog we published as shown above and was sold long ago and we do NOT have it available for purchase. However, you can buy the auction catalog it appears in using the "Order" button above.

An Original Vintage Linenbacked One-Sheet Movie Poster (1sh) (Learn More)

In Old Arizona, the 1929 Irving Cummings (nominated for the Best Director Academy Award for this film) romantic love triangle masked outlaw cowboy western ("You HEAR what you SEE while Enjoying - In Old Arizona"; "100% All-Talking Fox Movietone Feature"; "Two Men and a Senorita in a Rodeo of Love."; nominated for the Best Picture Academy Award; the very first Cisco Kid movie, with Warner Baxter in the lead role) starring Edmund Lowe, Warner Baxter (winner of the Best Actor Academy Award for this film; as The Cisco Kid), Dorothy Burgess, J. Farrell MacDonald, and Helen Lynch. Note that O. Henry wrote the short story that contained this character in 1907, but in that story, he was a pretty despicable person, who killed for sport! In 1914, a silent short was made based on the short story, but then nothing more until this movie was made, with Warner Baxter playing the character now known as the "Robin Hood of the Old West" (because he had changed from a bad guy to a good guy!), and Warner Baxter won the Best Actor Academy Award, one of the only times that a character from a western won the Best Actor Oscar. Oddly, Fox did not recognize the potential great value of a series based on this character (or perhaps Warner Baxter did not want to immediately repeat the role and become typecast), but in 1931, he reprised the character in this sequel named after his character. The character was again dropped until 1939, when an aging Warner Baxter returned to the role with "The Return of the Cisco Kid", with Cesar Romero as one of his sidekicks, and Chris-Pin Martin as his other sidekick. Apparently, Warner Baxter was done with it at this point, but Cesar Romero switched from sidekick to lead in "The Cisco Kid and the Lady", with Chris-Pin Martin as his only sidekick. There were then five more movies in 1940 and 1941 with the same actors. In 1945, the series was resumed yet again with Duncan Renaldo playing the lead. He made three movies that year and then Gilbert Roland took over in 1946 for six movies that year and the following year, and then Duncan Renaldo returned yet again (with Leo Carrillo as his sidekick, Pancho) for five movies in 1948 to 1950! Meanwhile, there had been a radio show starting in 1942, and in 1950, Duncan Renaldo and Leo Carrillo made the classic TV series that ran for 156 episodes through 1956, and amazingly, they filmed all the episodes in color, even though 99% of TV sets at that time were black & white! There was an attempt to revive the character in 1994, with Jimmy Smits in the lead role, but it appears the character's time had passed.
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