Welcome to my humble web page. This site has been created to salute the classic movies and the people who made them. As long as I can remember I have been a big movie fan. The films of the early 1920's until the late 1960's are my favorites.
I thought I would began by saluting Rudolph Valentino. Even though I haven't seen very many of his films the ones I have seen I have enjoyed them very much. I can see why he was so popular. He literally jumpes off of the screen at you when you are watching him.
The first film that I saw him in was "Four Horseman of the Apocalypse" which was released in 1921.

Pomeroy Cannon .... Madariaga, the Centaur
Josef Swickard .... Marcelo Desnoyers
Bridgetta Clark .... Dona Luisa
Rudolph Valentino .... Julio Desnoyers
Virginia Warwick .... Chichi
Alan Hale .... Karl von Hartrott
Mabel Van Buren .... Elena
Stuart Holmes .... Captain von Hartrott
John St. Polis .... Etienne Laurier
Alice Terry .... Marguerite Lurier
Mark Fenton .... Senator Lacour
Derek Ghent .... Rene Lacour
Nigel De Brulier .... Tchernoff
Bowditch M. Turner .... Argensola
Edward Connelly .... Lodgekeeper
Wallace Beery .... Lieutenant-Colonel von Richthosen
Harry Northrup .... The General
Arthur Hoyt .... Lieutenant Schnitz
rest of cast listed alphabetically
Jacques D'Auray .... Captain d'Aubrey
Claire Delmar
Mlle. Dolores .... Mlle. Lucette, a model (uncredited)
Beatrice Dominguez .... Dancer
Jean Hersholt .... Professor von Hartrott
Noble Johnson .... Conquest (uncredited)
Isabelle Keith .... German Woman (as Isabel Keith)
Fred Kelsey (uncredited)
Henry Klaus .... Heinrich von Hartrott
J. Jiquel Lanoe .... German Woman's husband (as Jacques Lanoe)
Bull Montana .... French butcher (uncredited)
Curt Rehfeld .... Major Blumhardt (uncredited)
Brinsley Shaw .... Celendonio (uncredited)
Georgia Woodthorpe

The film was produced by: Rex Ingram II
The film was directed by: Rex Ingram II


Rudolph Valentino was born on May 06,1895 in Castellaneta, Italy. His full name was Rodolfo Alfonzo Raffaelo Pierre Filibert Guglielmi di Valentina d'Antonguolla. He died in New York City, New York on August 23, 1926 of a perforated ulcer.

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