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Pablo and the Dancing Chihuahua: Part 1 

A recently orphaned boy living in Mexico has one item that would link him to family, an old letter from an uncle with an address in Tucson, AZ. He set out across country and desert to ... See full summary »

Director:

Walter Perkins

Writers:

Homer Brightman (story by), Paul Lucey (teleplay by) | 1 more credit »
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Episode credited cast:
Winston Hibler Winston Hibler ... Himself (narrator)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Dumpling Dumpling ... Cricket the Chihuahua Dog
Armando Islas Armando Islas ... Pablo
Francesca Jarvis ... Woman
Alberto Rios Alberto Rios ... Balero champion
Walker Tilley Walker Tilley ... Old Man at the Mine
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A recently orphaned boy living in Mexico has one item that would link him to family, an old letter from an uncle with an address in Tucson, AZ. He set out across country and desert to locate this uncle in Tucson. At the border he was unwillingly linked up with a small chihuahua. The story is of their experiences as they made their trek across the desert, some funny and others harrowing. They encountered friendly people to aggressive Javelinas. They never found Pablo's uncle, but in the end they did find a loving family. Written by jan cooper

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

28 January 1968 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Arizona, USA

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Mono (RCA Sound Recording)

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Main character lived across the street from me
28 November 2012 | by ddc3323See all my reviews

Armando Yslas, the little boy who starred in the movie lived across the street from me when I lived there with my parents on Liberty Street.

He used to bring film scripts and professional photos of himself dressed up as an Indian and was going to make a movie with John Wayne which was going to be filmed at Old Tucson,a western movie location which is about 15 miles outside of Tucson and was built for the first movie filmed there titled "High Noon" starring Gary Cooper and where hundreds of westerns and commercials were filmed there and continue to do so.

I never heard why the movie with John Wayne didn't happen and don't know what happened to Armando with his career in the movies. I heard if true...that he got in trouble with the law and could've been the demise of his movie career.


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