The Gaucho (1927)
as The Gaucho
as The Mountain Girl
as Girl of the Shrine
as Girl of the Shrine as a child
as Ruiz's First Lieutenant
as The Gaucho's First Lieutenant
as The Padre
as Victim of the Black Doom
as Our Lady of the Shrine
Critic Reviews for The Gaucho
Though the first 30 minutes or so seem a little slow, the picture then settles down. Looks as though better than $500,000 has been expended, and the picture shows it.
Mr. Fairbanks is no less agile than he has been in other productions; perhaps he has even more chances here to display his agility.
During those moments when Douglas Fairbanks is up to his old tricks, The Gaucho manages to be thrilling and amusing. But Doug isn't always up to his old tricks.
Lupe Velez, Doug's leading lady, actually overshadows him as far as their respective performances are concerned.
Likewise the usual array of stunts, many of them impossible... but not one less bit entertaining because of it.
The direction of F. Richard Jones is a desirable combination of art and box-office angles... If [Douglas Fairbanks] is a hundred per cent in "The Gaucho", this new kid find, Lupe Velez, is scarcely less. She seems to have not only "it," but everything.
Audience Reviews for The Gaucho
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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