In Old Arizona (1929) was a Western - Black-and-white Film directed by Irving Cummings .
The film was based on the novel The Caballero's Way written by O. Henry published in year n/a.
Academy Awards 1928/29 --- Ceremony Number 2 (source: AMPAS)
|Best Actor||Warner Baxter||Won|
|Best Cinematography||Arthur Edeson||Nominated|
|Best Director||Irving Cummings||Nominated|
|Best Writing||Tom Barry||Nominated|
In Old Arizona (1929) ~ The Cisco Kid...Oscar Winner???By Clayton on Nov 26, 2014 From Phantom Empires
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In Old ArizonaBy Alyson on Sep 24, 2010 From The Best Picture Project
The Cisco Kid (Warner Baxter) is like a Robin Hood of the old west dressed in a matador’s suit. ?Yes, he will loot passing stagecoaches, but is so charismatic about it ladies don?t seem too distressed. ?He never hurts anyone and never robs them blind. ?And like a true gentlemen, he uses most o... Read full article
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Raoul Walsh was cast as the Cisco Kid, as well as being the director; but during a return drive to Los Angeles from Utah, a jackrabbit jumped through the windshield of Walsh's car, with both the rabbit and the broken glass hitting Walsh in the face. (Safety glass was added to cars the following year.) The damage to Walsh's right eye necessitated replacing him in the lead role, re-writing the script and re-shooting some scenes with a different director while Walsh recuperated; Walsh thereafter wore the eye patch for which he was known, and eventually lost the eye entirely. Some footage of Walsh, in chase scenes and long shots, remains in the film.
In Old Arizona was the first major Western to use the new technology of sound and the first talkie to be filmed outdoors.read more facts about In Old Arizona...