One of the more palatable non-Frank Capra silent films from Columbia Pictures, The Apache is not a western. The title character, played by Don Alvarado, is one of those beret-wearing French dancers who tosses his partner about on stage. Alvarado commits a murder, and hero Warner Richmond is blamed. Professional knife-thrower Margaret Livingston utilizes her specialty to extract a confession from the tremulous Alvarado. The tiny Columbia backlot successfully stands in for Paris' Montmartre district, an illusion enhanced by Ted Tetzlaff's murky photography.
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