~Mare Nostrum~
~Antonio Moreno~
~Plot Synopsis~
Captain Ulysses Ferragut, the last of a famous Spanish family of seafaring fame, meets Freya Talberg, a
beautiful and ruthless German spy, in Pompeii and falls in love with her. Freya's superiors plan to use
Ulysses' knowledge of the Mediterranean to assist them in supplying their submarines with fuel, using
Freya as bait. Later, Ulysses returns to Naples to find Freya and her spy ring departed, and he learns that
his son Esteban, whom he idolizes, has been killed on a torpedoed liner. Seeking revenge for the death
of his son and his own mistakes, he turns his ship, the Mare Nostrum, over to the French and volunteers
as commander. Freya, disheartened by the results of her work, sends for Ulysses, but the memory of
Esteban causes him to cast her off, and she is executed by the French for espionage. Ulysses' ship is
torpedoed; and though he sinks, his attacker is itself swallowed up by the sea.  

Plot Synopsis from afi.com
Directed by: Rex Ingram

Written by: Willis Goldbeck (scenario)

Based on the novel Mare Nostrum by Vicente Blasco-Ibáñez (1918).

Apollon Uni ...The Triton (prologue)
Álex Nova ...Don Esteban Ferragut (prologue)
Kada-Abd-el-Kader ...Young Ulysses - Don Esteban's Son (prologue)
Hughie Mack ...Caragol (prologue)
Alice Terry ...Freya Talberg
Antonio Moreno ...Ulysses Ferragut
Mademoiselle Kithnou ...Dona Cinta - Ulysses' Wife (as Kithnou)
Mickey Brantford ...Esteban, Ulysses' Son
Rosita Ramírez ...Pepita, Ulysses' Niece
Frédéric Mariotti ...Toni, the Mate
Pâquerette ...Doctor Fedelmann (as Mme. Paquerette)
Fernand Mailly ...Count Kaledine
Andrews Engelmann ...Submarine Commander (as André von Engelman)
John George ...A Servant (uncredited)
~Remaining Credits~

Produced by: Metro-Goldwyn Pictures Corporation

Distributed by: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)

Original Music by: William Axt (uncredited) & David Mendoza (uncredited)
Cinematography by: John F. Seitz
Film Editing by: Grant Whytock
Art Direction by: Ben Carré (uncredited)
Production Manager: Joseph C. Boyle (as Joe Boyle)
Assistant Directors: Giuseppe Amato & Joseph C. Boyle
Construction Manager: John Birkel
Grip: Michael Powell
Orchestrator: Maurice Baron (uncredited)
Executive: George Noffka

Length: 11 Reels
Runtime: 102 Minutes
Released: February 15, 1926