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A nobleman seeks to rescue his bride, who has been kidnapped by his former lover and a bandit.

Director: Joseph Henabery
Stars: Rudolph Valentino, Nita Naldi, Helena D'Algy
Drama | Romance
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After losing his father, a playboy moves in with his miserly uncle, who seeks to cheat him out of his inheritance.

Director: Rex Ingram
Stars: Alice Terry, Rudolph Valentino, Ralph Lewis
The Eagle (1925)
Action | Comedy | Drama
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A wanted Russian lieutenant becomes a masked vigilante seeking vengeance upon the man who stole his family's land, only to fall for his charming daughter.

Director: Clarence Brown
Stars: Rudolph Valentino, Vilma Bánky, Louise Dresser
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This unmade Valentino film would have been based off the story of El Cid. Set in 14th Century Spanish Court, Valentino would play a Moorish Nobleman and Warrior who falls in love with a ...

Director: Joseph Henabery
Stars: Rudolph Valentino, Tony D'Algy, Snitz Edwards
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Lilly Meany, aka Vashti Dethic
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Lord Asgarby
Frank Currier ...
Peg Meany
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Bill Tozeer (as Harry Van Meter)
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Eve Asabarby (as May Geraci)
Percy Challenger ...
Mr. Prall
Lucille Ward ...
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P. Dempsey Tabler ...
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Alberta Lee ...
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7 June 1920 (USA)  »

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Valentino was an extra in this lost film.

This is one of six films Rudolph Valentino appeared in in 1920. Of these six, three are among the lost and this is one of those films. No negative or print material is known to survive. Valentino's work for 1918 is all extant but films of the 1919/1920 period are sketchy - of thirteen, only six survive.


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