Cinema: The New Pictures Nov. 12, 1928

The Cavalier has Richard Talmadge, long popular in horse-and-pistol pictures, playing two parts—El Caballero, rescuer of the daughter of an impoverished grandee, and Taki, a good Indian helping the other poor Indians, ground down by Spain in South America. He flings that dagger through the window, is chased by those bloodhounds, jumps over that wall, snatches that bride at the altar onto his horse and, as they approach the leap over the ravine, says, "It may mean—Death. . . ." at which she answers, "Death . . . with you. . . ." Spectators...

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