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The Young Rajah (1922)

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Caleb Judd (Spottiswoode Aitken) receives a request from his brother Joshua (Charles Ogle) to care for an infant rescued from an uprising in India. He is given a cache of jewels as incentive and raises the boy as his own. Amos Judd (Rudolph Valentino) grows up to attend Harvard and excels at athletics. He falls in love with Molly Cabot (Wanda Hawley), but has a premonition he will die before the two can marry. Caleb tells Amos he is the son of a Rajah when political rivals send assassins from India to kill him. Friends and family gather to protect Amos in this political drama. When the danger has passed, Amos returns to India by popular demand to replace the oppressive ruler who overthrew his father in this tepid drama.

Cast

Wanda Hawley
as Molly Cabot
Charles Ogle
as Josua Judd
Pat Moore
as Amos Judd (as a boy)
Fanny Midgley
as Sarah Judd
Robert Ober
as Horace Bennett
Edward Jobson
as John Cabot
Bertram Grassby
as Maharajah
J. Farrell MacDonald
as Tehjunder Roy
George Periolat
as General Gadi
George Field
as Prince Musnud
Maude Wayne
as Miss Van Kovert
William Boyd
as Stephen Van Kovert
Joseph Harrington
as Dr. Fettiplace
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Critic Reviews for The Young Rajah

All Critics (3)

Sumptuous in direction, presentation, cinematography, wardrobe and even in performance. [Full review in Spanish]

July 15, 2020 | Full Review…

Whether The Young Rajah is a good picture or not we are not prepared to say, because we confess to being so enamored of Rodolph Valentino as an actor that the material which he handles makes little difference to us.

September 11, 2019 | Full Review…

Valentino not asked to do much but grit his teeth and look determined.

June 2, 2006 | Rating: B | Full Review…

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