Moran of the Lady Letty

(1922)

Item #: GI0718


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Synopsis: Seaweed saga of Ramon Laredo (Valentino), a high society guy who's kidnapped aboard a pirate barge. When the salty dogs rescue/capture Moran (a theme ahead of its time?) from a ship fuming with burning coal, Ramon is smitten in a big way with the boyish girl and battles contagiously to prevent the pirates from selling her as a slave. Excellent fight scenes with much hotstepping over gangplanks and swinging from masts, with a 60-foot death dive from above. Little known Dalton was a celluloid fave in the 'teens and twenties, and Valentino is atypically cast as a man's man. The sheik himself is said not to have like this one because it undermined his image as a ladies' man.
 
Directed by: George Melford
Producer(s): Jeffery Masino, George Melford
Cast: Dorothy Dalton, Rudolph Valentino, Charles Brinley, Walter Long, Emil Jorgenson