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Diva Pictures, Inc., Geraldine Farrar's own company, was connected with Goldwyn Pictures ... More Less

Diva Pictures, Inc., Geraldine Farrar's own company, was connected with Goldwyn Pictures Corp. More Less

SOURCE CITATIONS
SOURCE
DATE
PAGE
ETR
10 May 19
p. 1763.
MPN
10 May 19
p. 3102.
MPW
10 May 19
pp. 938-39.
New York Times
22 Jun 1919.
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Variety
2 May 19
p. 59.
Wid's
4 May 19
p. 28.
DETAILS
Release Date:
27 April 1919
Copyright Claimant:
Diva Pictures, Inc.
Copyright Date:
16 April 1919
Copyright Number:
LP13613
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in reels):
6
Country:
United States
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

During the Easter Carnival, Dolores de Cordova flirts with Juan Estudillo, not knowing that he is a member of the family with whom her ancestors have long feuded. Dolores' cousin, Pedro Toral, jealous of her attentions to Juan, kills her brother that night and after leaving Juan's handkerchief by the body, makes Dolores swear to avenge the death with her own hands. Later, living with her aunt in Paris, Dolores again meets Juan, now a marquis because of his service to the king, and marries him after refusing Pedro, who secretly leads a band of Spanish anarchists pursued by Juan. Grief stricken after the wedding dinner when she hears from Pedro that Juan is her brother's killer, Dolores is kidnapped and taken to Pedro's Apache den where Juan is also lured. Bibi Leroux, an Apache whose sister was seduced by Pedro, informs the police, who arrive just as Dolores is about to stab Juan in the heart. Bibi shoots Pedro and reveals that Juan is ... +


During the Easter Carnival, Dolores de Cordova flirts with Juan Estudillo, not knowing that he is a member of the family with whom her ancestors have long feuded. Dolores' cousin, Pedro Toral, jealous of her attentions to Juan, kills her brother that night and after leaving Juan's handkerchief by the body, makes Dolores swear to avenge the death with her own hands. Later, living with her aunt in Paris, Dolores again meets Juan, now a marquis because of his service to the king, and marries him after refusing Pedro, who secretly leads a band of Spanish anarchists pursued by Juan. Grief stricken after the wedding dinner when she hears from Pedro that Juan is her brother's killer, Dolores is kidnapped and taken to Pedro's Apache den where Juan is also lured. Bibi Leroux, an Apache whose sister was seduced by Pedro, informs the police, who arrive just as Dolores is about to stab Juan in the heart. Bibi shoots Pedro and reveals that Juan is innocent. +

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AFI Life Achievement Award

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