Rosita, a peasant singer in Seville, captures the attention of the King.
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The film was restored from the sole surviving nitrate print, a Russian-language version in the collection of New York's Museum of Modern Art, as well as an acetate duplicate negative of reel four, preserved by the Mary Pickford Foundation. Due to no complete set of the original English intertitles being known to survive, the missing intertitles were recreated using the graphic style of the original titles with new text based on the Russian titles as wall as German and Swedish censorship records, a music cue sheet, contemporary reviews and an early draft of the script. The restoration was funded through the Louis B. Mayer Foundation, RT Features, The Film Foundation and the Celeste Bartos Preservation Fund. It premiered in August 2017 at the Venice Film Festival. See more
Version of Don Cesare di Bazan