The Desert of the Lost (1927)
Director Richard Thorpe did his usual competent job in this otherwise routine silent Western featuring the tight-lipped Wally Wales. This time around, Wales plays a drifter who, having shot a man in self-defense, flees to Mexico. He falls for a young Mexican girl (Dolores Wolfe), the daughter of a cantina proprietor, who is about to marry a vicious "half-breed" against her will. Wales not only ruins the villain's wedding plans, but he is cleared of all charges back in the U.S. Veteran bad guy Richard Neill stole this film outright with his portrayal of the sneering bandit El Chino. … More
No Friends? Inconceivable! Log in to see what your friends have to say.Login
Critic Reviews for The Desert of the Lost
There are no critic reviews yet for The Desert of the Lost. Keep checking Rotten Tomatoes for updates!
Audience Reviews for The Desert of the Lost
There are no audience reviews yet. Hurry, submit your review so you can be first!
Discuss The Desert of the Lost on our Movie forum!