Elfego Baca: Six Gun Law (1963)

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Elfego Baca was a real-life Mexican American lawman in the late 1800s.


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5 April 2001 | curly-17
Robert Loggia as the catlike Elfego Baca
"The Nine Lives of Elfego Baca" starring Robert Loggia was a series of 10 wonderful episodes shown on "Walt Disney Presents" from 1958-1960. There was a compilation of these shows released as the movie "Six Gun Law" in 1962. The introduction song told us about Elfego, the brave man who fought outlaws with his brains instead of guns (he was an attorney). "Elfego was wise, and Elfego was strong. Elfego, El Gato, who made right from wrong. And the legend is that, like El Gato the cat, Nine Lives had Elfego Baca." It was a great movie, and taught kids to admire heroes like Elfego, who always fought to right the wrongs in the world. Trivia: Robert Loggia, who played the cat-like Elfego, El Gato, here would go on to star in his own TV series, playing another cat-like hero: "T.H.E. Cat" (1966).

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