~The Siren of Seville~
~Stewart Holmes & Priscilla Dean~
~Plot Synopsis~
Priscilla Dean's star was beginning to fade around the time she appeared as a passionate Andulusian
peasant in this drama. Young Gallito (Allan Forrest) wants very badly to become a matador. His
sweetheart, Dolores (Dean), does everything she can to help him and she wheedles Pedro, a renowned
bullfighter (Matthew Betz), into helping him, too. Gallito becomes a success, but he is vamped by Ardita
(Claire Delorez) after Pedro is killed in the ring. Dolores becomes a dancer at a cabaret owned by Cavallo
(Stuart Holmes), and when he tries to attack her, Gallito comes to her rescue. Dolores, however, is still
steaming over their rift and refuses to reconcile with him. She discovers that Cavallo is plotting to drug
Gallito the next time he is in the ring, which will certainly mean his death. In spite of Ardita's attempts to
stop her, Dolores escapes and rushes to the bullring. She kills the bull with a sword before it can do in
Gallito, and finally the couple are reunited. When Cavallo's treachery is discovered, he is attacked by an
angry mob.

Plot Synopsis by Janiss Garza, AllMovie.com
Directed by:
Jerome Storm
Hunt Stromberg

Based on the story by H.H. Van Loan.

Priscilla Dean ...  Dolores
Allan Forrest ...  Gallito
Stuart Holmes ...  Cavallo
Claire de Lorez ...  Ardita
Bert Woodruff ...  Palomino
Matthew Betz ...  Pedro
~Remaining Credits~

Produced by: Hunt Stromberg Productions

Released by: Producers Distributing Corporation (PDC)

Music by: Mischa Guterson
Cinematography by: Sol Polito
Presenter: Charles R. Rogers
Presenter and Supervisor: Hunt Stromberg

Length: 7 Reels
Runtime: 70 Minutes
Released: August 17, 1924