Senorita (1927)

Run Time - 71 min.  |   Countries - United States  |   MPAA Rating - NR
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Synopsis by Hal Erickson

One of the most frustrating items in the list of missing Bebe Daniels comedies, Senorita certainly sounds fascinating. When the life and property of Spanish Californian aristocrat Don Hernandez (Josef Swickard) is threatened by land-grabbers, the old man sends for his grandson to help out. What he doesn't know is that his "grandson" is actually a girl, played of course by Daniels. Rather than break Don Hernandez' heart, Senorita Daniels dons male attire and a Fairbanks-like mustache, and in this guise bests principal heavy Ramon Oliveros (William Powell) in a spectacular sword duel. When the "hero" is revealed to be the heroine, she instantly wins the heart of Oliveros' much-nicer cousin Roger (James Hall).



aristocracy, duel, impersonation