Chapters 4 and 5 of the screenplay to Edwin Carewe's "Ramona" starring Dolores del Rio and Warner Baxter appear on two pages of the July 13, 1928, edition Cine-Mirror,
a French weekly movie fan magazine published at 18 Rue D'Enghien, Paris.
About Edwin Carewe's "Ramona."
Director Edwin Carewe's "Ramona" is one of a handful of film adaptations of Helen Hunt Jackson's 1884 novel, which was based in part on the people and settings of Rancho Camulos
in the western Santa Clarita Valley.
While readers of the novel and most filmmakers were drawn to Jackson's idyllic portrayal of Old Spanish California,
the author's actual intent was to draw attention to the mistreatment of Native Americans.
Carewe's adaptation is truer than others to Jackson's intent in its depictions of white colonizers' abuses.
LW2958: pdf from original magazine purchased 2017 by Leon Worden.