The Gaucho

1927, Western/Adventure, 1h 42m

11 Reviews 500+ Ratings

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The disreputable leader of a group of bandits, El Gaucho (Douglas Fairbanks), is thrust into the role of hero after an even more dastardly local strongman, Ruiz (Gustav von Seyffertitz), takes over the Andean village that El Gaucho and his men have used as their base. But after regaining the town for his own selfish uses, El Gaucho has a showdown with the Padre (Nigel De Brulier) and undergoes a spiritual transformation when confronted with the holy powers of a sacred shrine.

Cast & Crew

Lupe Velez
The Mountain Girl
Geraine Greear
The Girl of the Shrine (younger)
Eve Southern
The Girl of the Shrine
Michael Vavitch
The Usurper's First Lieutenant
Charles Stevens
The Gaucho's First Lieutenant
Albert MacQuarrie
Victim of the Black Doom
Mary Pickford
Virgin Mary (uncredited)
Tony Gaudio
Cinematographer
William Nolan
Film Editing
Paul Burns
Costume Design
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  • Dec 23, 2010
    Loved it! A must see for silent movie fans. This movie has everything, action, excitement, suspense, romance, tragedy, comedy, spectacular effects and stunts, and a great ending. I highly recommend it.
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