Rogue of the Rio Grande (1930)

55 mins | Western | 15 October 1930

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SOURCE CITATIONS
SOURCE
DATE
PAGE
Film Daily
7 Dec 1930.
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Variety
17 Dec 1930
p. 63.
CAST
PRODUCTION CREDITS
NAME
PARENT COMPANY
PRODUCTION COMPANY
NAME
CREDITED AS
CREDIT
DIRECTOR
PRODUCERS
WRITER
Scr and dial
PHOTOGRAPHY
Photog
MUSIC
Music and lyrics
Music and lyrics
SOUND
Rec eng
SOURCES
SONGS
"Argentine Moon," "Carmita," "Corazón" and "Song of the Bandoleros," words and music by Herbert Meyers and Oliver Drake, Spanish lyrics by José Bohr.
DETAILS
Release Date:
15 October 1930
Copyright Claimant:
Sono Art-World Wide Productions, Inc.
Copyright Date:
7 November 1930
Copyright Number:
LP1712
Physical Properties:
Sound
Western Electric Sound System
Black and White
Duration(in mins):
55
Length(in feet):
7,000
Length(in reels):
7
Country:
United States
Language:
English
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

El Malo, a notorious Mexican bandit, pays a surprise visit to the office of Seth Landport, of the Sierra Blanca bank, "borrows" 2,000 pesos, and departs. Landport reports the theft to Sheriff Tex Rankin, who posts a reward for the bandit's capture. Later, El Malo and his aide, Pedro, visit the local cantina, where the bandit resumes his acquaintance with Carmita, a dancer, and Pedro renews his friendship with Dolores. As Landport's description of him is inaccurate, El Malo discusses the bandit's arrest with the sheriff, who has never seen him previously, and incurs the enmity of Carmita's dance partner, who learns his true identity. El Malo witnesses a stage robbery instigated by Landport, and declares him to be the bandit in the presence of the sheriff. Carmita's dance partner seeks revenge, but El Malo sees his reflection in a mirror and shoots a hanging planter, which knocks the dancer into a potted cactus. Then, El Malo reveals his identity and is about to be taken into custody when Carmita grabs a pistol, shoots out the lights and escapes with El Malo into the night as the sheriff and his posse ride in ... +


El Malo, a notorious Mexican bandit, pays a surprise visit to the office of Seth Landport, of the Sierra Blanca bank, "borrows" 2,000 pesos, and departs. Landport reports the theft to Sheriff Tex Rankin, who posts a reward for the bandit's capture. Later, El Malo and his aide, Pedro, visit the local cantina, where the bandit resumes his acquaintance with Carmita, a dancer, and Pedro renews his friendship with Dolores. As Landport's description of him is inaccurate, El Malo discusses the bandit's arrest with the sheriff, who has never seen him previously, and incurs the enmity of Carmita's dance partner, who learns his true identity. El Malo witnesses a stage robbery instigated by Landport, and declares him to be the bandit in the presence of the sheriff. Carmita's dance partner seeks revenge, but El Malo sees his reflection in a mirror and shoots a hanging planter, which knocks the dancer into a potted cactus. Then, El Malo reveals his identity and is about to be taken into custody when Carmita grabs a pistol, shoots out the lights and escapes with El Malo into the night as the sheriff and his posse ride in pursuit. +

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Offscreen Credit
Name Occurs Before Title
AFI Life Achievement Award

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