Ramona is a 1936 American Technicolor drama film directed by Henry King,based on Helen Hunt Jackson's 1884 novel Ramona. This was the third adaptation of the film, and the first one with sound. It starred Loretta Young and Don Ameche.
The New York Times praised its use of new Technicolor technology but found the plot "a piece of unadulterated hokum." It thought "Ramona is a pretty impossible rôle these heartless days" and Don Ameche "a bit too Oxonian" for a chief's son.
Ramona (Loretta Young), is a half-Indian girl who falls in love with the young man Felipe Moreno (Kent Taylor).
- Loretta Young as Ramona
- Don Ameche as Alessandro
- Kent Taylor as Felipe Moreno
- Pauline Frederick as Señora Moreno
- Jane Darwell as Aunt Ri Hyar
- Katherine DeMille as Margarita (as Katherine de Mille)
- Victor Kilian as Father Gaspara
- John Carradine as Jim Farrar
- J. Carrol Naish as Juan Can
- Pedro de Cordoba as Father Salvierderra
- Charles Waldron as Dr. Weaver
- Claire Du Brey as Marda
- It is the first 20th Century Fox film to use full color, provided by Technicolor.