Don Q, Son of Zorro
1925 film by Donald Crisp
- Directed by Donald Crisp. Written by Jack Cunningham and Lotta Woods, loosely based upon the 1909 novel Don Q.'s Love Story, written by the mother-and-son duo Kate and Hesketh Hesketh-Prichard.
With a whip for a weapon Douglas Fairbanks gives more laughs, more real thrills, more high speed, in "Don Q" than in any picture he has ever made. (taglines)
Don Cesar de VegaEdit
- My father always said, "When you are in the right, fight; when you are in the wrong, acknowledge it."
- My father always said, "When life plays a trick on you, play a trick on the trick."
- Dolores de Muro: I shall see you again.
- Don Cesar de Vega: You presume.
- Dolores de Muro: I assume.
- With a whip for a weapon Douglas Fairbanks gives more laughs, more real thrills, more high speed, in "Don Q" than in any picture he has ever made.
- Trigger Action And startling surprises feature this great Fairbanks picture. The finest adventure tale ever screened. The dashing, daring, Don Q bars all worry and you live in laughs and thrills. Fast as Lightning
- Swift action, tender romance, daredevil stunts, with lightning-like whip-lash, comedy nobody can resist, rapid adventure, high conspiracy, mystery plots, all are found in "Don Q"
- Douglas Fairbanks - Don Cesar de Vega/ Zorro
- Mary Astor - Dolores de Muro
- Jack McDonald - Gen. de Muro
- Donald Crisp - Don Sebastian
- Stella De Lanti - the Queen
- Warner Oland - The Archduke
- Jean Hersholt - Don Fabrique Borusta
- Albert MacQuarrie - Colonel Maatsado
- Lottie Pickford - Lola (billed Lottie Pickdord Forrest)
- Charles Stevens - Robledo
- Tote Du Crow - Bernardo
- Martha Franklin - The Duenna
- Juliette Belanger - The Danger
- Roy Coulson - Dancer's Admirer
- Enrique Acosta - Ramon
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