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Monday, September 9, 2013
My Take On: Leo Carrillo Film Festival Night of September 6th, 2013
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The September 6th of 2013 Event at the Leo Carrillo Film Festival Season

Held At the Leo Carrillo Ranch in Carlsbad, California!
TODAY'S FEATURE IS BLOG #3946 -     Last Friday night, Tina and I attended the 3rd Night of the 2013 Leo Carrillo Film Festival.
Which was nice, because the whole day had been very hot by Carlsbad standards!
As mentioned in last week's review blog, the Leo Carrillo Historic Ranch is celebrating its 10th Anniversary up big with this year's Film Festival.
We saw the 1951 episode titled 'Uncle Disinherits Niece' of the Cisco Kid TV Show, followed by the 1940 feature film, 20 Mule Team. Those in attendance, (all 150 of them), seemed to enjoy both the Cisco Kid episode as well as the 1940 film!   It was a good role for Wallace Beery, but not as good of a role for Leo Carrillo though... Oh, and this was Anne Baxter's 1st film!
Also, once again, Phyllis Coates was featured in the Cicso Kid episode.  She of course was 'Lois Lane' in 26 episodes of the 1950s TV Series 'Adventures of Superman' from 1951-1953!
Another tie-in to comic books is the Cisco Kid series from Dell Comics. There are 41 issues of this series, as seen at this link.
Also... Here is the link to what else is playing this 2013 Film Festival Season.  There are only two nights left this season!
You must make a reservation in advance to be one of the 150 attendees of each Friday Night's film showing.  The cost is 'Free', and we always have great fun under the stars at this seasonal Film Festival! 
The 1940 Film, '20 Mule Team' Was The Feature Film on Friday Night! 
Wallace Beery (as Skinner Bill) and Leo Carrillo (as Piute Pete)!
It Was Nice To Be Outside On Friday Night, As It Was Hot During The Whole Day!
The Cabana Shack Was Full During The Intermission Period!
Note: You can see more photos from this event at this Special Photo Album on my Facebook Fan Page!



NOTE FROM Michael D Hamersky On ComicsMy thanks again to all of YOU reading this blog and our archived blog posts, now at 3,946 total posts in number!   I do appreciate your continued reading and support of this Blog!

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