The Texan (1930)

05/10/1930 (US) Western 1h 19m
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A TERROR to men! A TORMENT to women! A THRILL for all!

Overview

The Texan is a 1930 American Western film directed by John Cromwell and starring Gary Cooper and Fay Wray. Based on the short story "The Double-Dyed Deceiver" by O. Henry, the film is about a daring bandit called the Llano Kid who shoots a young gambler in self-defense and is forced to hide from the law.

  1. John Cromwell

    Director

  2. Daniel Nathan Rubin

    Screenplay

  3. O. Henry

    Story

Top Billed Cast

  1. Fay Wray

    Fay Wray

    Consuelo

  2. Gary Cooper

    Gary Cooper

    Enrique, aka 'Quico,' The Llano Kid

  3. Emma Dunn

    Emma Dunn

    Señora Doña Marguerita Ibarra

  4. Oscar Apfel

    Oscar Apfel

    Thacker

  5. James A. Marcus

    James A. Marcus

    Sheriff John Brown

  6. Donald Reed

    Donald Reed

    Nick Ibarra

  7. Soledad Jiménez

    Soledad Jiménez

    The Dueña

  8. Veda Buckland

    Mary, a nurse

  9. César Vanoni

    Pasquale

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The Texan
The Texan

Status Released

Original Language English

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