Fighting Bob (1915)

News of the approaching death of the President of Lorento is received by "Fighting Bob" Rensaler at college in a letter from General Braga, an intimate friend of his deceased father, and ... See full summary »

Director:

John W. Noble

Writer:

Edward E. Rose (book)

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Cast

Cast overview:
Orrin Johnson ... Fighting Bob
Olive Wyndham ... Dulcina
Edward Brennan Edward Brennan ... Ladero (as Edward Brenon)
Red Wing ... Carmen (as Miss Redwing)
Frederick Vroom Frederick Vroom ... President
John Sheehan
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Storyline

News of the approaching death of the President of Lorento is received by "Fighting Bob" Rensaler at college in a letter from General Braga, an intimate friend of his deceased father, and further that Mendoza, the marshal, aspires to the presidency, and assisted by guerrilla warfare, intends to proclaim himself dictator, with the assistance of a guerrilla leader named Ladero. Dulcina Garnia, Bob's sweetheart, is beloved by Ladero. Manuel Garni, her guardian, has promised her in marriage to Ladero for assisting the revolutionists. Bob determines to give his aid to General Braga, and accompanied by his two chums, Cyrus Browa and Comin Hartley, he embarks on Brown's yacht for Lorento. Realizing that Dulcina will not marry him because she loves Bob, Ladero kidnaps her at the instigation of her guardian, intending to force her to marry him. When Bob has left Dulcina to visit General Braga, Ladero's men make away with Dulcina and confine her in a monastery. Riaz, leader of the kidnappers, ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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Genres:

Drama

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

7 June 1915 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Juarez, Mexico

Company Credits

Production Co:

Rolfe Photoplays See more »
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Silent

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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