The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse | Chicago Reader

The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse

Rex Ingram's epic 1921 production of the famous antiwar novel promoted supporting actor Rudolph Valentino to international stardom, thanks largely to his finesse in the tango scene. Reportedly, the film is a cut above the usual Valentino vehicle, but Ingram is one of those directors who's built quite a reputation on the unavailability of his films. Since this is one of the few in circulation, it should be worth a little effort to check out. 131 min.


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