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In Camarillo, principality of the Spanish dominion, there lived two brothers, Jose and Manuel. Born in a noble Spanish family and reared by a mother noble in both station and character, ... See full summary »

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Cast

Credited cast:
Arthur V. Johnson ...
Jose
Dell Henderson ...
Manuel
Kate Bruce ...
The Mother
Marion Leonard ...
Red Rose
Charles West ...
A Suitor / A Mexican
Henry B. Walthall ...
Pedro
W. Chrystie Miller ...
Priest
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Art Acord
Linda Arvidson ...
Mexican
Florence Barker ...
Mexican
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Mexican
George Nichols
Anthony O'Sullivan ...
Mexican
Alfred Paget ...
Mexican
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In Camarillo, principality of the Spanish dominion, there lived two brothers, Jose and Manuel. Born in a noble Spanish family and reared by a mother noble in both station and character, they were vastly different morally. Jose was a dutiful son and upright young man, while Manuel was the black sheep. It was on Easter Sunday morning during the processional that Manuel appears in an intoxicated condition and foully ridicules the priests and acolytes as they enter the chapel of the old mission. At this the mother's pride is hurt beyond endurance and she exiles her profligate son from her forever. Manuel is shunned as a viper and while making his way along the road, meets Pedro, the notorious political outlaw, who sympathizes with him and offers him inducements to join him, and so takes him to his camp. Meanwhile, Jose woos and wins the Red Rose of Capistran and the day for the wedding is set. Manuel finds the life in the outlaws' camp palls, and, drawn by irresistible memories, he visits... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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A pretty love story in connection with the main psychological proposition
31 May 2015 | by (Chicago) – See all my reviews

An excellent dramatic film, based upon the dissimilarity existing between two brothers. There is a pretty love story in connection with the main psychological proposition which adds to the interest and increases the power of the film. Even though one brother becomes an outlaw, the irresistible power of love leads him captive, as it does others, influencing him to leave his evil ways and become a useful citizen. Perhaps the most suggestive inference is that depicted in the final scene, where the artless little maiden subdues the wild man and brings about a complete revolution in his character. - The Moving Picture World, May 28, 1910


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