Beau Bandit (1930)
Movie InfoRod LaRocque stars as a Mexican bandit, ruthless in his criminal activities but essentially a sentimental softie. While escaping the law, LaRocque and his deaf-mute cohort Mitchell Lewis decide to rescue lovely Doris Kenyon from the evil designs of banker Charles Middleton. It all sounds a lot like "The Cisco Kid", or, at the very least, "Robin Hood". Whatever the source, LaRocque is gallant enough to hand Kenyon over to her true love George Duryea (aka Tom Keene) before galloping off to new adventures. Beau Bandit was directed by Lambert Hillyer, who 15 years earlier had helped solidify the "good badman" image of silent star William S. Hart. … More
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