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Maria Rosa (1916)

 -  Drama  -  7 May 1916 (USA)
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Ramon loves Catalonian peasant Maria Rosa. He uses a knife belonging to her love Andreas to kill fisherman Pedro, so Andreas goes to jail for ten years. Maria will wait for him, but Ramon ... See full summary »

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Andreas
Pedro de Cordoba ...
Ramon
James Neill ...
The Priest
Ernest Joy ...
Carlos
Horace B. Carpenter ...
Pedro
Anita King ...
Ana, Carlos' Wife
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Ramon loves Catalonian peasant Maria Rosa. He uses a knife belonging to her love Andreas to kill fisherman Pedro, so Andreas goes to jail for ten years. Maria will wait for him, but Ramon convinces her Andreas dies in prison so she agrees to marry him. On their wedding day Ramon is paroled. Maria then stabs Ramon. Written by Ed Stephan <stephan@cc.wwu.edu>

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7 May 1916 (USA)  »

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Lou Tellegen (who had starred on Broadway as Andreas in the stage version) was consulted in the production of this film, the result of which was that he met and married the film's star (Geraldine Farrar). See more »

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Defining the Self
2 December 2003 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

As the 35 year old Cecil B. DeMille's audience were middle class, he made films like this one to define the middle classes against the backdrop of the 'urban other'. His interpretation of the urban other were Irish, Polish and Japanese immigrants, playing up to the stereotypes.


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