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* BuxomIsBetter: Dunn brags about his girlfriend back in New York, saying "She has more curves than a scenic railway."

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* BuxomIsBetter: BuxomBeautyStandard: Dunn brags about his girlfriend back in New York, saying "She has more curves than a scenic railway."


* KnownOnlyByTheirNickname: The Cisco Kid doesn't seem to have a real name. Even his girlfriend calls him that.



* OnlyKnownByHisNickname: The Cisco Kid doesn't seem to have a real name. Even his girlfriend calls him that.



* WomenAreWiser: Zig-zagged. Tonia Maria is shown to be quite foolish. But the old woman Tonia Maria lives with chastens her several times to change her ways before the Kid finds out, seeming to know what will happen. She doesn't and pays the price. The old woman also figures Tonia Maria has it coming and sends the forged note by the Kid without objecting.

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* WomenAreWiser: Zig-zagged. Tonia Maria is shown to be quite foolish. But the old woman Tonia Maria lives with chastens her several times to change her ways before the Kid finds out, seeming to know what will happen. She doesn't and pays the price. The old woman also figures Tonia Maria has it coming and sends the forged note by the Kid without objecting.objecting.
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%% * GettingCrapPastThe Radar: Due to overwhelming and persistent misuse, GCPTR is on-page examples only until 01 June 2021. If you are reading this in the future, please check the trope page to make sure your example fits the current definition.


Adapted from the Creator/OHenry short story "The Caballero's Way". ''In Old Arizona'' was one of the first all-talking films ever made. Much of it was shot outdoors when most early talkies were indoor pieces with actors standing rooted next to hidden microphones. Warner Baxter won the first Best Actor Oscar for a talking performance for his portrayal of the Cisco Kid.

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Adapted from the Creator/OHenry short story "The Caballero's Way". ''In Old Arizona'' was one of the first all-talking films ever made. Much of it was shot outdoors when most early talkies were indoor pieces with actors standing rooted next to hidden microphones. Warner Baxter won the first second Best Actor Oscar for a talking performance for his portrayal of the Cisco Kid.


* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: The Kid tells Dunn that the ladies call him "conejito"..."little rabbit." Dunn pauses for a second, then grins lecherously and says "Are you that fast?"

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%% * GettingCrapPastTheRadar: The Kid tells Dunn that GettingCrapPastThe Radar: Due to overwhelming and persistent misuse, GCPTR is on-page examples only until 01 June 2021. If you are reading this in the ladies call him "conejito"..."little rabbit." Dunn pauses for a second, then grins lecherously and says "Are you that fast?"future, please check the trope page to make sure your example fits the current definition.


* DramaticIrony: The barber and a couple of customers in the barber's shop talk big about how they'd take down the Cisco Kid if they ever got the chance. Meanwhile, the Kid is laying back in the barber's chair, getting a shave.



* TranquilFury: The Kid remains composed as he goes about planning to kill Tonia Maria, even flirting with her as usual so she doesn't suspect thing. Meanwhile he's enraged inside all the while.

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* TranquilFury: The Kid remains composed as he goes about planning to kill Tonia Maria, even flirting with her as usual so she doesn't suspect thing. Meanwhile he's enraged inside all the while.seething with rage inside.



* VerbalIrony: The barber and a couple of customers in the barber's shop talk big about how they'd take down the Cisco Kid if they ever got the chance. Meanwhile, the Kid is laying back in the barber's chair, getting a shave.



* WomenAreWiser: Zig-zagged. Tonia Maria is shown to be quite foolish. But the old woman Tonia Maria lives with chastens her several times to change her ways before the kid finds out, seeming to know what will happen. She doesn't and pays the price. She also figures Tonia Maria has it coming and sends the forged note by the Kid without objecting.

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* WomenAreWiser: Zig-zagged. Tonia Maria is shown to be quite foolish. But the old woman Tonia Maria lives with chastens her several times to change her ways before the kid Kid finds out, seeming to know what will happen. She doesn't and pays the price. She The old woman also figures Tonia Maria has it coming and sends the forged note by the Kid without objecting.


* WomenAreWiser: Zig-zagged. Tonia Maria is shown to be quite foolish. But the old woman Tonia Maria lives with chastens her several times to change her ways before the kid finds out, seeming to know what will happen. She doesn't and pays the price. She also figures Tonia Maria has it coming and sends the forged note by the Kid without objecting.
* YourCheatingHeart: Tonia Maria cheats on the Cisco Kid whenever he's away. Dunn likewise has a girlfriend but just shrugs and keeps right on getting into a relationship with Tonia Maria.

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* WomenAreWiser: Zig-zagged. Tonia Maria is shown to be quite foolish. But the old woman Tonia Maria lives with chastens her several times to change her ways before the kid finds out, seeming to know what will happen. She doesn't and pays the price. She also figures Tonia Maria has it coming and sends the forged note by the Kid without objecting.
* YourCheatingHeart: Tonia Maria cheats on the Cisco Kid whenever he's away. Dunn likewise has a girlfriend but just shrugs and keeps right on getting into a relationship with Tonia Maria.
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* BestServedCold: The Kid thinks about just getting his gun out and shooting his girlfriend and her new lover. But instead he decides to devise a plan that will hurt both of them as much as possible.



* KnownOnlyByTheirNickname: The Cisco Kid doesn't seem to have a real name. Even his girlfriend calls him that.
* LaserGuidedKarma: Tonia Maria gets shot dead by her new lover and Mickey has to live with the fact he killed her.



* PetTheDog: The Kid never robs from individuals, only from institutions like banks. When he finds out his barber lost $87 that took him 6 months to save up, he gives him the money back. He also takes a pretty broach off a woman in a stagecoach and then pays her its worth.
* PlayingPossum: The Kid acts as if he was fatally wounded by a trio of cattle rustlers. He waits for them to get close and then guns two of them down.



* TranquilFury: The Kid remains composed as he goes about planning to kill Tonia Maria, even flirting with her as usual so she doesn't suspect thing. Meanwhile he's enraged inside all the while.



* WantedPoster: The Cisco Kid is introduced holding his own poster, which reveals that he is a bandit and there is a $5000 reward for killing or capturing him.

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* VillainsOutShopping: The Kid and Dunn take time to go get shaved while their in town in-between robbing stagecoaches and hunting the former respectively.
* WantedPoster: The Cisco Kid is introduced holding his own poster, which reveals that he is a bandit and there is a $5000 reward for killing or capturing him.him.
* WomenAreWiser: Zig-zagged. Tonia Maria is shown to be quite foolish. But the old woman Tonia Maria lives with chastens her several times to change her ways before the kid finds out, seeming to know what will happen. She doesn't and pays the price. She also figures Tonia Maria has it coming and sends the forged note by the Kid without objecting.
* YourCheatingHeart: Tonia Maria cheats on the Cisco Kid whenever he's away. Dunn likewise has a girlfriend but just shrugs and keeps right on getting into a relationship with Tonia Maria.


''In Old Arizona'' is a 1928 film directed by Irvin Cummings and an uncredited Creator/RaoulWalsh, starring Warner Baxter.

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''In Old Arizona'' is a 1928 film directed by Irvin Cummings and an uncredited Creator/RaoulWalsh, starring Warner Baxter.
Creator/WarnerBaxter.


''In Old Arizona'' is a 1928 film directed by Creator/RaoulWalsh and Irvin Cummings, starring Warner Baxter.

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''In Old Arizona'' is a 1928 film directed by Creator/RaoulWalsh and Irvin Cummings, Cummings and an uncredited Creator/RaoulWalsh, starring Warner Baxter.

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* FeedTheMole: After the Cisco Kid finds out that Tonia Maria has betrayed him, he tells her that he's leaving town, which prompts her to write a note to Dunn telling him to come and get the Kid. The Cisco Kid then takes a terrible revenge by intercepting and altering that note.


* {{Brownface}}: Warner Baxter and Dorothy Burgess, two very white people playing Hispanics.



* {{Brownface}}: Warner Baxter and Dorothy Burgess, two very white people playing Hispanics.

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''In Old Arizona'' was one of the first all-talking films ever made. Much of it was shot outdoors when most early talkies were indoor pieces with actors standing rooted next to hidden microphones. Warner Baxter won the first Best Actor Oscar for a talking performance for his portrayal of the Cisco Kid.

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Adapted from the Creator/OHenry short story "The Caballero's Way". ''In Old Arizona'' was one of the first all-talking films ever made. Much of it was shot outdoors when most early talkies were indoor pieces with actors standing rooted next to hidden microphones. Warner Baxter won the first Best Actor Oscar for a talking performance for his portrayal of the Cisco Kid.


* AbsenceMakesTheHeartGoYonder: Dunn has a girlfriend back in New York. After being with Tonia Maria, he takes out a picture of him and his girlfriend, takes one wistful look, puts the picture away, and arranges to meet Tonia Maria again.



* AntiHero: The Cisco Kid is a charming and affable bandit who sticks to robbing bank stagecoaches and the like, and seems to avoid killing people if he can help it. But he ''will'' kill you if you come after him, and he arranges a terrible revenge when he finds out that Tonia Maria has betrayed him.



* {{Brownface}}: Warner Baxter and Dorothy Burgess, two very white people playing Hispanics.

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* ButHeSoundsHandsome: The barber is commiserating with his customer, whom he does not know is the Cisco Kid, about what a rascal the Cisco Kid is. When the barber wonders about the Kid's supposed success with the ladies, the Kid says "But he may be very handsome."
* BuxomIsBetter: Dunn brags about his girlfriend back in New York, saying "She has more curves than a scenic railway."
* {{Brownface}}: Warner Baxter and Dorothy Burgess, two very white people playing Hispanics.Hispanics.
* TheDandy: The Cisco Kid wears an ornate outfit with fancy trimmings. He is shown getting a shave rather than look scraggly like the typical bandit. He has the barber prepare him a fancy bath. And he tells Mickey that he uses perfumes so he'll smell nice, which leads Mickey to call him "Fauntleroy."
* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: The Kid tells Dunn that the ladies call him "conejito"..."little rabbit." Dunn pauses for a second, then grins lecherously and says "Are you that fast?"
* MilesGloriosus: Charlie the stagecoach driver has a gun, but meekly hands it over before handing over the Wells Fargo cash box to the Cisco Kid. Later, he insists that if only his gun hadn't gotten stuck in the holster, he totally would have shot the Kid dead.
* OffIntoTheDistanceEnding: The Cisco Kid, after arranging for the death of Tonia Maria at the hands of Dunn.
* ReallyGetsAround: If Tonia Maria isn't actually a prostitute she's definitely the town bicycle (but she's probably a prostitute). She has to push a gentleman caller out the back after the Cisco Kid shows up. Literally within a couple of minutes after the Kid leaves, she's cozying up to Dunn when he arrives at her little house.
* TheTropeKid: The Cisco Kid.
* VerbalIrony: The barber and a couple of customers in the barber's shop talk big about how they'd take down the Cisco Kid if they ever got the chance. Meanwhile, the Kid is laying back in the barber's chair, getting a shave.
* WantedPoster: The Cisco Kid is introduced holding his own poster, which reveals that he is a bandit and there is a $5000 reward for killing or capturing him.

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