The Rose of San Juan (1913)

Ben Cameron, a young Southerner from Virginia, goes to California in the early fifties to take up government land. As he enters the little city of San Juan he finds upon the road a starving... See full summary »

Director:

Lorimer Johnston

Writer:

Sydney Ayres (scenario)
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Sydney Ayres ... Ben Cameron
Vivian Rich ... Ines de la Torreno
Jack Richardson ... Ernesto Suarez
Harry von Meter ... Harding
Charles Cummings Charles Cummings ... Commandate de la Barra
Jacques Jaccard Jacques Jaccard ... Ozozco
Chick Morrison Chick Morrison ... The Old Padre (as Charles Morrison)
Louise Lester ... Ozozco's Mother
Charlotte Burton ... Señora del Valle
Caroline Frances Cooke ... Señora Velazquez (as Caroline Cooke)
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Ben Cameron, a young Southerner from Virginia, goes to California in the early fifties to take up government land. As he enters the little city of San Juan he finds upon the road a starving Spanish peon, Ozozco. Moved by his physical condition, Cameron takes the boy to his home, passing the Mission in the town of San Juan, where a Padre of the Mission is talking to Ines, the rose of her fair California. Love at first sight dominates, and at the fandango that night, Cameron again meets the beautiful Ines, proving her champion when an insulting drunken Spaniard attempts to trespass upon the freedom of the girl Ines. Land grabbers everywhere cause great distress to the Spaniards, who kill at sight all gringos thieving or taking their lands unlawfully. To avenge himself, the drunken Spaniard causes a raid upon the privacy of Cameron, who is in the act of questioning a number of land grabbers, who are about to make a wholesome raid upon the little village of San Juan. Cameron, captured by ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

27 December 1913 (USA) See more »

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Silent

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1.33 : 1
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