|Directed by||John Waters|
|Written by||Julian Johnson (intertitles)|
|Story by||Thomas J. Geraghty|
|Based on||Beau Sabreur
by P. C. Wren
|Cinematography||C. Edgar Schoenbaum|
|Edited by||Rose Lowenger|
|Paramount Famous Lasky Corporation|
|Distributed by||Paramount Pictures|
|Running time||7 reels (6,704 ft)|
Beau Sabreur is a 1928 American silent film directed by John Waters and starring Gary Cooper and Evelyn Brent. Based on the novel Beau Sabreur by P. C. Wren, who also wrote Beau Geste, the film is about a desert-bound member of the French Foreign Legion who exposes a betrayer to the Legion and is then sent on a mission among the Arabs to conclude the signing of a crucial peace treaty. Produced by Paramount Famous Lasky Corporation and distributed by Paramount Pictures, only a trailer exists of this film today. The released feature version is a lost film.
- Gary Cooper as Major Henri de Beaujolais
- Evelyn Brent as Mary Vanbrugh
- Noah Beery as Sheikh El Hammel
- William Powell as Becque
- Roscoe Karns as Buddy
- Mitchell Lewis as Suleman the Strong
- Arnold Kent as Raoul de Redon
- Raoul Paoli as Dufour
- Joan Standing as Maudie
- Frank Reicher as General de Beaujolais
- Oscar Smith as Djikki
- H.J. Utterhore (uncredited)
Beau Sabreur was filmed on location in Guadalupe, California, in Red Rock Canyon State Park in Cantil, California, and in Yuma, Arizona.
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- "Beau Sabreur". Silent Era. Retrieved September 16, 2012.
- Beau Sabreur at TheGreatStars.com;Lost Films Wanted
- "Locations for Beau Sabreur". Internet Movie Database. Retrieved September 16, 2012.
- Beau Sabreur at the Internet Movie Database
- Beau Sabreur at the TCM Movie Database
- Beau Sabreur at AllMovie
- Beau Sabreur at Virtual History
- Beau Sabreur surviving trailer on YouTube