The Bad Man (1930 Film) - Original Version and Remake

Original Version and Remake

The film, based on a 1920 play, was originally filmed in 1923 with Holbrook Blinn who had originated the role in the 1920 Broadway production which ran for a whopping 342 performances. The film was remade in 1940 as The Bad Man with Wallace Beery as Pancho Lopez and a supporting cast including Lionel Barrymore, Laraine Day, and Ronald Reagan.

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