The Private Life of Don Juan (November 30, 1934)
Released November 30, 1934: (running time 1 hour and 27 minutes) Douglas Fairbanks' final motion picture is this situation comedy as the famous ladies man, Don Juan.
Produced by Alexander Korda
Directed by Alexander Korda
Written by Lajos Biro and Frederick Lonsdale from a play by Henry Bataille
The Actors: Douglas Fairbanks (Don Juan), Merle Oberon (Antonita, a dancer of passionate temperament), Bruce Winston (cafe manager of the Black Cat), Gina Malo (Pepita, another dancer of equal temperament), Benita Hume (Dona Dolores, a lady of mystery), Binnie Barnes (Rosita, a maid pure and simple), Melville Cooper (Leporello), Owen Nares (Antonio Martinez), Heather Thatcher (Anna Dora), Diana Napier (a lady of sentiment), Joan Gardner (Carmen, a young lady of romance), Gibson Gowland (Don Alfredo, Carmen's poor husband), Barry MacKay (Rodrigo, the impostor), Claud Allister (The Duke), Athene Seyler (Theresa, the innkeeper), Hindle Edgar (Don Alfredo, a jealous husband), Natalie Paley (jealous husband's poor wife), Patricia Hilliard (the girl at the castle), Clifford Heatherley (Pedro, Don Juan's young masseur), Morland Graham (Hector, Don Juan's cook), Edmund Breon (Cardona, the playwright), Betty Hamilton (first tired businessman's wife), Rosita Garcia (second tired businessman's wife), John Brownlee (singer), Veronica Brady (mistress), Annie Esmond (Dolores' Duenna), William Heughan (Statue), Miki Hood (bit part), Nancy Jones (bit part), Toto Koopman (actress), Natalie Lelong (second wife), Mitchelson Hill (bit part), Hay Petrie (Golden Pheasant manager), Robert Rietty (boy), Margaretta Scott (Pepilla), Abraham Sofaer (street bookseller), Edmund Willard (prisoner), Florence Wood (cook at the inn).
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All Girls are Different, All Wives are Alike ~Don Juan
Douglas Fairbanks was one of the first male superstars of motion pictures. During the first years of movies he played the parts of heroes like Zorro, Robin Hood and other athletic and heroic parts. He became so famous that when he married equally famous Mary Pickford in 1920, they encountered crowds of thousands during their honeymoon in London and Paris. They couldn’t even walk down a European street without being mobbed by adoring fans.
By the time sound was added to moving pictures, Douglas Fairbanks was in his middle years, and younger men were taking the romantic leading-man roles. In 1934, at the age of fifty-one, the veteran actor accepted the leading role in this story about the famous Spanish lover Don Juan.
Now, you might be thinking that an older man, just five years from his death, might want to act like the dashing young athletic man of his earlier movies, but he showed he great sense of who he was by acting like an old man with a wild past. Douglas Fairbanks was smart enough, and a good-enough actor, to embrace being the butt of jokes as he tries to convince the young women that he is indeed the sizzling hot Spanish lover that melted every woman’s heart a few years ago.
His great sense of tragic comedy, . . . His ability to realistically be a man who was a legend, but has now become just one more old man, is an amazing showcase for his true talent. But as he grows into the realization that the man every woman wanted to love is now laughed at, he finally learns about true love. The one woman who loved him as a young playboy, and still loves him as the man he is, is still waiting for him to finally grow up and settle down. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.
Abraham Sofaer and Binnie Barnes
Annie Esmond and Benita Hume
Barry MacKay and Melville Cooper
Claud Allister and Merle Oberon
Douglas Fairbanks and Binnie Barnes
Clifford Heatherley, Athene Seyler
Edmond Breon and Owen Nares
Gibson Gowland and Joan Gardner
Heather Thatcher and Owen Nares
Melville Cooper and Douglas Fairbanks
Clifford Heatherley and Athene Seyler
Toto Koopman, Heather Thatcher
Patricia Hilliard and Douglas Fairbanks