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The Pride of Palomar (1922)

 -  Drama  -  26 November 1922 (USA)
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Cast

Cast overview:
Forrest Stanley ...
Don Mike Farrell
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Kay Parker
Tote Du Crow ...
Pablo
James O. Barrows ...
Father Dominic (as James Barrows)
Joseph J. Dowling ...
Don Miguel (as Joseph Dowling)
Alfred Allen ...
John Parker
George Nichols ...
Conway
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Okada
Mrs. Jessie Hebbard ...
Mrs. Parker
Percy Williams ...
Butler
Anna Dodge ...
Caroline (as Mrs. George Hernandez)
Ed Brady ...
Lossolet
Carmen Arselle ...
Anita Supvelda
Eagle Eye ...
Nogi (as William Eagle Eye)
Most Mattoe ...
Alexandria
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26 November 1922 (USA)  »

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Le dernier des Don Farel  »

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Simple minded Western melodrama
26 March 2001 | by (New York) – See all my reviews

World War I veteran Forrest Stanley (Don Miguel Farrell) returns to his father's ranch to find his father dead and Eastern capitalist Alfred Allen come to foreclose the mortgage and to sell the ranch to the evil Japanese Warner Oland for colonization. As a veteran, he gets one year grace to pay off the mortgage. This he does with help from the capitalist's daughter Marjorie Daw.

Some nice location shooting in rural California.

Includes a strong Anti-Japanese message and the one Chinese is also evil. The Mexicans don't come off much better. Presumably the hero is named Farrell so he can have a 'real' American as a bride.


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