Winners of the Wilderness (1927)

Drama | 15 January 1927

Director:

W. S. Van Dyke

Cinematographer:

Clyde De Vinna

Production Company:

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.
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SOURCE CITATIONS
SOURCE
DATE
PAGE
Film Daily
3 Apr 1927.
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MPN
8 Apr 1927
p. 1276.
MPN Booking Guide
12 Apr 1927
p. 65.
Variety
23 Mar 1927
p. 19.
DETAILS
Release Date:
15 January 1927
Copyright Claimant:
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distrubuting Corp.
Copyright Date:
24 January 1927
Copyright Number:
LP23585
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black & white with color sequences
Technicolor
Length(in feet):
6,343
Length(in reels):
7
Country:
United States
Language:
English
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

Colonel O'Hara, "dashing young officer of Braddock's staff is aided to escape from the French by daughter of commandant whom he worships. When the positions are reversed and she is his prisoner of war she willingly consents to become his prisoner for life." (from MPN Booking Guide 12 Apr 1927.) "The costumes of the period offer a pleasing contrast to the interesting sequences ... in which are seen such historical figures as Washington and Braddock. The latter's disastrous defeat is the film's highlight and it is carried out with realism." (from MPN 8 Apr ... +


Colonel O'Hara, "dashing young officer of Braddock's staff is aided to escape from the French by daughter of commandant whom he worships. When the positions are reversed and she is his prisoner of war she willingly consents to become his prisoner for life." (from MPN Booking Guide 12 Apr 1927.) "The costumes of the period offer a pleasing contrast to the interesting sequences ... in which are seen such historical figures as Washington and Braddock. The latter's disastrous defeat is the film's highlight and it is carried out with realism." (from MPN 8 Apr 1927) +

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