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Rose of the Rancho

Rose of the Rancho
Directed by Cecil B. DeMille
Produced by Cecil B. DeMille
Written by David Belasco
Cecil B. DeMille
Richard Walton Tully
Starring Bessie Barriscale
Cinematography Alvin Wyckoff
Editing by Cecil B. DeMille
Distributed by Jesse L. Lasky Feature Play Company
Paramount Pictures
Release date(s)
Country United States
Language Silent
Box office $87,028

Rose of the Rancho is a 1914 American Western film directed by Cecil B. DeMille. The film cost $16,988 to make, and grossed $87,028.[1][2]

Plot

Esra Kincaid takes land by force and, having taken the Espinoza land, his sights are set on the Castro rancho. US government agent Kearney holds him off till the cavalry shows up and he can declare his love for Juanita "The Rose of the Rancho."

Cast

Remake

The film was remade in 1936 by Paramount and starred John Boles and Gladys Swarthout. "As a vehicle for the cinema debut of Contralto Gladys Swarthout, a revival of David Belasco's famed stage success recommended itself for obvious reasons. Born of U. S. parents and reared in Deep Water, Mo., Miss Swarthout has a Latin appearance well suited to a rigmarole about Spaniards in California and their efforts to hold their ancestral estates against early land-grabbers. Furthermore, the dual roles of Rosita Castro and Don Carlos, masked leader of the Spanish vigilantes, enable her to maintain a tradition which she inaugurated at the Metropolitan Opera."[3]

References

External links

  • Internet Movie Database
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