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James Craig is torn between his criminal career as the masked bandit named the "El Paso Kid," and the life of a law-abiding citizen with his long-suffering wife Zoe. He repeatedly tells Zoe, "just one more time," but he is unable to stop which angers her greatly. However, he does have brief moments of heroics such as when he helps the Widow Weeks save her farm.

  1. Leigh Jason

    Director

  2. Jerome Chodorov

    Writer

  3. Joseph Fields

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. James Craig

    James Craig

    Tobias Simms, alias Toby Heath

  2. Lynn Bari

    Lynn Bari

    Charlie Jackson (henchmanin checked shirt)

  3. Johnny Johnston

    Johnny Johnston

    Billy Taylor (as Johnnie Johnston)

  4. Una Merkel

    Una Merkel

    Widow Weeks

  5. Wallace Ford

    Wallace Ford

    Jed (lead henchman)

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Man from Texas
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Status Released

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  • March 6, 1948
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 11m

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