In Old Arizona

BB

(out of 5)


 won an Oscar for his ridiculous performance as the Cisco Kid, part lover and part fighter. Baxter is wanted by the law all over, but there’s one particular lawman, a jokester from New York no less, who is on the hunt for him. Conveniently, one woman is in love with both of them, leading to lots of duels in the sun. Creaky editing and overripe performances (a result of awkward microphone techniques of the early talkies) make for a dreadful experience that is only salvageable as a curiousity for movie buffs and Oscar historians.


USA, 1928

Directed by

Adaptation and dialogue by , based on the story The Caballero’s Way by 

Cinematography by 

Production Design by

Costume Design by

Film Editing by

Academy Awards 1928/1929

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