The Spaniard (1925)

Romance | 4 May 1925

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SOURCE CITATIONS
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DATE
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Exhibitors Trade Review
13 Jun 1925
p. 54.
Film Daily
28 Jun 1925.
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Kingsport (TN) Times
21 Jun 1925
p. 6.
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LITERARY
Based on the novel The Spaniard by Juanita Savage (New York, 1924).
DETAILS
Release Date:
4 May 1925
Copyright Claimant:
Famous Players-Lasky Corp.
Copyright Date:
17 April 1925
Copyright Number:
LP21366
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in feet):
6,635
Length(in reels):
7
Country:
United States
Language:
English
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

Don Pedro de Barrego, a Spanish grandee, visits England and falls in love with Dolores Annesley, a beautiful young English girl who refuses his advances. Barrego returns home and resumes his profession as a bullfighter; Dolores journeys to Seville, where she watches Barrego at work in the ring. Dolores is later forced by a storm to seek refuge in the mountain castle owned by Barrego, and there he holds her against her will. She attempts to escape with the help of Gómez, Barrego's valet, but Barrego discovers her plans and dismisses Gómez. Dolores later escapes alone on horseback, and Barrego gives chase, but his horse falls, badly injuring him. Gómez then seizes Dolores, but Barrego, despite his injuries, rescues her. Dolores, at last, freely admits that she loves the Spaniard and makes plans to become his ... +


Don Pedro de Barrego, a Spanish grandee, visits England and falls in love with Dolores Annesley, a beautiful young English girl who refuses his advances. Barrego returns home and resumes his profession as a bullfighter; Dolores journeys to Seville, where she watches Barrego at work in the ring. Dolores is later forced by a storm to seek refuge in the mountain castle owned by Barrego, and there he holds her against her will. She attempts to escape with the help of Gómez, Barrego's valet, but Barrego discovers her plans and dismisses Gómez. Dolores later escapes alone on horseback, and Barrego gives chase, but his horse falls, badly injuring him. Gómez then seizes Dolores, but Barrego, despite his injuries, rescues her. Dolores, at last, freely admits that she loves the Spaniard and makes plans to become his wife. +

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