Even if you do "remember the Alamo," you may not recall this vivid silent dramatization of the famous 1836 Tex-Mex standoff. With "The Birth of a Nation" helmer D.W. Griffith acting as "supervisor" of the costume drama, viewers are guaranteed thrills aplenty from its spectacular battle scenes, as well as the now-politically-incorrect inclusion of Caucasian actors in the roles of the darker-skinned Mexicans clashing with the fort's Texan defenders. Sam De Grasse, Allan Sears, and Alfred Paget star. 62 min. Standard; Soundtrack: music score. Silent with music score.