Rafael Sabatini's Prize: The Scaramouche Film
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Rafael Sabatini (by)
When a nobleman murders his best friend, a lawyer becomes a revolutionary with his heart set on vengeance.
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Mr. Rafael Sabatini, the novelist and biographer of Cesare Borgia and Torquemada, has been awarded the $10,000 prize offered by Adolph Zukor to the author whose story or play made the most successful film. The closing date was September 1st, 1924, and it was with 'Scaramouche' that Mr. Sabatini won the prize.
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