The Tiger's Coat (1920)

Drama | November 1920

Director:

Roy Clements

Writer:

Jack Cunningham

Production Designer:

E. P. Hunziker

Production Company:

Dial Film Co.
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HISTORY

The novel was also serialized in The Pictorial Review between Nov 1916 and Feb 1917. The film was shot at the Robert Brunton Studios in Los ... More Less

The novel was also serialized in The Pictorial Review between Nov 1916 and Feb 1917. The film was shot at the Robert Brunton Studios in Los Angeles. More Less

SOURCE CITATIONS
SOURCE
DATE
PAGE
MPN
3 Jul 20
p. 264.
MPN
14 Aug 20
p. 1373.
MPN
16 Oct 20
p. 3008.
MPN
13 Nov 20
p. 3667, 3721
MPN
18 Dec 20
p. 4610.
Variety
3 Dec 1920
p. 32.
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LITERARY
Based on the novel The Tiger's Coat by Elizabeth Dejeans (Indianapolis, 1917).
DETAILS
Release Date:
November 1920
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in reels):
5
Country:
United States
Language:
English
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

Engaged to his ward, a wealthy man learns that she is not Scottish, as he had believed, but Mexican. After he breaks the engagement, the girl leaves town, only to return later as a dancer. The man has by that time realized that he loves the girl after all, and they are ... +


Engaged to his ward, a wealthy man learns that she is not Scottish, as he had believed, but Mexican. After he breaks the engagement, the girl leaves town, only to return later as a dancer. The man has by that time realized that he loves the girl after all, and they are reconciled. +

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AFI Life Achievement Award

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