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The Baron of Arizona (1950) was a Drama - Historical Film directed by Samuel Fuller and produced by Carl K. Hittleman and Robert L. Lippert.

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Classic Films in Focus: THE BARON OF ARIZONA (1950)

By Jennifer Garlen on Apr 22, 2013 From Virtual Virago

We associate Vincent Price with certain kinds of roles, although generally speaking he played villains in both his early dramas and his later horror films, sliding from oily Sir Walter Raleigh in The Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex (1939) to the deranged anti-heroes of Corman's cult classics in... Read full article


Classic Films in Focus: THE BARON OF ARIZONA (1950)

By Jennifer Garlen on Apr 22, 2013 From Virtual Virago

We associate Vincent Price with certain kinds of roles, although generally speaking he played villains in both his early dramas and his later horror films, sliding from oily Sir Walter Raleigh in The Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex (1939) to the deranged anti-heroes of Corman's cult classics in... Read full article


Classic Films in Focus: THE BARON OF ARIZONA (1950)

By Jennifer Garlen on Apr 22, 2013 From Virtual Virago

We associate Vincent Price with certain kinds of roles, although generally speaking he played villains in both his early dramas and his later horror films, sliding from oily Sir Walter Raleigh in The Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex (1939) to the deranged anti-heroes of Corman's cult classics in... Read full article


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Sofia 'The Baroness' de Peralta-Reavis: I am Mrs. James Reavis, and one of us must have the dignity to accept punishment. One of us must have the dignity to recognize love. I'll always love you. Nothing can change that.
James Addison 'The Baron' Reavis, aka Brother Anthony: You still want me?
Sofia 'The Baroness' de Peralta-Reavis: I'll want you until the day I die. It is not death - it is dying that alarms me. it is not your crime - it is your weakness that alarms me.


Rita, the Gypsy Dancer: Who are you?
James Addison 'The Baron' Reavis, aka Brother Anthony: A wanderer like Cain looking for a woman of my own.


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Print preserved by the Museum of Modern Art.
Shot in 15 days.
A May 24, 1939 Dorothy Manners column announced that Edward G. Robinson would be playing James Addison Reavis in the Warner Bros film "Prince of Imposters" with Brenda Marshall co-starring and Anatole Litvak directing. The story would not be told until this 1950 version.
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