The Cavalier (film)
|Directed by||Irvin Willat|
|Produced by||John M. Stahl|
|Written by||Victor Irvin (screenplay)|
|Based on||The Cavalier
by Max Brand
|Music by||Hugo Riesenfeld|
|Edited by||Doane Harrison|
|Distributed by||Tiffany Studios|
The story takes place in old Mexico, where a masked rider (Talmadge) and an impoverished girl (Bedford) fall in love, against her father's wishes. When she leaves with him, her father sends his gang in a chase after the two lovers.
Originally intended to be an all-sound film, the picture was shot silent and was distributed with a music and special effects soundtrack, with no dialogue, due to technical issues with the sound synchronization equipment.
Both picture and sound elements for the film no longer exist, so the film is considered to be a lost film.
- The Cavalier at the American Film Institute Catalog
- The Cavalier at SilentEra
- The Cavalier on Internet Movie Database
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