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Rosita, a street singer
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The King
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Don Diego
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Bert Sprotte ...
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Rosita's Brother
Donald McAlpin ...
Rosita's Brother
Doreen Turner ...
Rosita's Sister
Mario Carillo ...
Majordomo
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Supposedly, Mary Pickford and Ernst Lubitsch enjoyed working with each other and planned on working together on three more films, but for reasons unknown the plans were never realized. However, in an interview with film historian Kevin Brownlow, Pickford said, "Oh, I detested that picture!... I disliked the director... as much as he disliked me." See more »

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Version of Le sette spade del vendicatore (1962) See more »

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Lubitsch's first American film a real treat
25 August 1999 | by (Fargo, North Dakota) – See all my reviews

Legends abound concerning the contentious on-set relationship between superstar Mary Pickford and director Ernst Lubitsch during the filming of Rosita. Despite Pickford's later efforts to keep the film out of circulation, screenings of the picture revealed a delightful surprise: the great German filmmaker had provided Pickford with her wish -- the showcase for a juicy role miles away from her "little girl with the curls" persona. Only the tiniest indications of what would later evolve into the "Lubitsch touch" exist in the tale of a street singer who rises to prominence in the court of a philandering king (skillfully portrayed by Holbrook Blinn), but Rosita is a handsomely mounted production with charm, wit, and plenty of romance to spare.


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