The Tia Juana Kid
Cast & Crew
A brave young orphan is shot by a gang of outlaws who rob the poor and whose heartless leader controls a corrupt sheriff. A good Mexican bandit eventually kills the gang members as revenge for killing his father. [No further information about the plot has been found.]
Reviews dated January 6, 1936 for the Los Angeles preview were the only reviews found for this film; it is unclear whether the film ever received a general release. Daily Variety states that credit for the film's poor production lay with David A. Lundy, who took over half-way through production, when Herman Fowler dropped out. Fowler was the manager of Sunset Studios.