The Son Of The Sheik

The Son Of The Sheik
The Son Of The Sheik

Year

1926

Duration

68 minutes

Genres

Drama, Romance, Silent, Thriller

Language

English

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Synopsis

Silent film legend Rudolph Valentino's last film is a sequel to his 1921 hit "The Sheik". Ahmed, the Sheik's son, is in love with dancing girl Yasmin (Vilma Banky), but he is kidnapped during one of their midnight trysts. Ahmed believes Yasmin set up the kidnap and, after he escapes, he abducts her. Ahmed's father (also, quite ingeniously for the time, played by Valentino) insists Yasmin is set free, but who then will save her from her own villainous father?

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