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This film had its premiere at the Strand Theatre in New York on 3 Mar ... More Less

This film had its premiere at the Strand Theatre in New York on 3 Mar 1918. More Less

SOURCE CITATIONS
SOURCE
DATE
PAGE
ETR
16 Feb 18
p. 914.
ETR
9 Mar 18
p. 1153.
ETR
16 Mar 18
pp. 1232-33.
MPN
16 Feb 18
p. 1004.
MPN
9 Mar 18
p. 1417.
MPW
23 Feb 18
p. 1137.
MPW
27 Apr 18
p. 593.
NYDM
23 Feb 18
p. 21.
NYDM
9 Mar 18
p. 26.
Wid's
28 Feb 18
pp. 969-70.
DETAILS
Release Date:
March 1918
Copyright Claimant:
Selexart Pictures, Inc.
Copyright Date:
19 March 1918
Copyright Number:
LP12206
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in reels):
7
Country:
United States
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

Dorothy Harlan, a vaudeville artist, joins her fiancé, Cameron Stewart, in the Klondike during the early days of the gold rush. Dance hall owner "Silk" McDonald, who wants her for himself, tricks Dorothy into believing that Cameron has been unfaithful, and Dorothy begins dancing in Silk's establishment. Cameron loses all his money to Silk in a poker game and then heads for the Yukon to find gold. Dorothy saves Cameron's claims from Silk, and Cameron, in return, rescues her from Silk's clutches. With the past explained and forgotten, Dorothy and Cameron renew their mutual ... +


Dorothy Harlan, a vaudeville artist, joins her fiancé, Cameron Stewart, in the Klondike during the early days of the gold rush. Dance hall owner "Silk" McDonald, who wants her for himself, tricks Dorothy into believing that Cameron has been unfaithful, and Dorothy begins dancing in Silk's establishment. Cameron loses all his money to Silk in a poker game and then heads for the Yukon to find gold. Dorothy saves Cameron's claims from Silk, and Cameron, in return, rescues her from Silk's clutches. With the past explained and forgotten, Dorothy and Cameron renew their mutual love. +

Legend
Viewed by AFI
Partially Viewed
Offscreen Credit
Name Occurs Before Title
AFI Life Achievement Award

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