Cinema: The New Pictures Nov. 3, 1924

The Bandolero. Bandits and bullfights all wound round with a shawl of Spanish atmosphere make a good start. In the detail and fineness of photography, the pace is excellently maintained. Overcomplication of narrative with divided interest between the bullfight hero and the bandit hero check the proceedings slightly. Bullfight hero's father has murdered bandit hero's wife. Bandit hero accordingly objects seriously to marriage between his daughter (Renee Adoree), and bullfight hero. The horns of the dilemma shift to the horns of the bull. Bull gores bullfight hero. Daughter weeps and bandit...

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