Rose of the Rancho
Rose of the Rancho is a 1914 American Western film directed by Cecil B. DeMille. It is based upon the play of the same name by David Belasco and Richard Walton Tully. The film cost $16,988 to make, and grossed $87,028.
|Rose of the Rancho|
Scene from the film.
|Directed by||Cecil B. DeMille|
|Produced by||Cecil B. DeMille|
Jesse L. Lasky
|Written by||David Belasco (play)|
Richard Walton Tully (play)
Cecil B. DeMille
|Edited by||Cecil B. DeMille|
Jesse Lasky Feature Plays
|Distributed by||Paramount Pictures|
Esra Kincaid (La Reno) takes land by force and, having taken the Espinoza land, his sights are set on the Castro rancho. US government agent Kearney (Johnston) holds him off till the cavalry shows up and he can declare his love for Juanita "The Rose of the Rancho" (Barriscale).
- Bessie Barriscale as Juanita
- Dick La Reno as Esra Kincaid
- Jack W. Johnston as Kearney, Government Agent (as J.W. Johnston)
- Monroe Salisbury as Don Luis Del Torre
- James Neill as Padre Antonio
- Sydney Deane as Espinoza
- William Elmer as Half Breed
- Jane Darwell as Senora Castro Kenton, Juanita's
- Al Ernest Garcia
- Jeanie Macpherson (as Jeanie McPherson)
- Mrs. Lewis McCord
- Francisca de la Vinna as Priest at wedding ceremony
- William C. de Mille (uncredited)
- Lucien Littlefield (uncredited)
- Lee Pate (uncredited)
- Mary Wilkinson (uncredited)
A 35mm print of this film exists in the George Eastman House film archive.