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According to an item in the Jan 1927 AmCin, cameraman Robert B. Kurrle, accompanied by assistant Frank B. Good, filmed snow scenes in the mountains around Truckee, CA, for Edwin Carewe's Resurrection, which appears to be the working title of Pals First. ... More Less

According to an item in the Jan 1927 AmCin, cameraman Robert B. Kurrle, accompanied by assistant Frank B. Good, filmed snow scenes in the mountains around Truckee, CA, for Edwin Carewe's Resurrection, which appears to be the working title of Pals First. More Less

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American Cinematographer
Jan 1927
p. 11.
American Cinematographer
Feb 1927
p. 12.
Film Daily
15 Aug 1926.
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Variety
25 Aug 1926
p. 18.
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LITERARY
Based on the play Pals First by Lee Wilson Dodd (New York, 26 Feb 1927), which was based on the novel Pals First by Francis Perry Elliott (new York, 1915).
DETAILS
Alternate Title:
Resurrection
Release Date:
8 August 1926
Copyright Claimant:
First National Pictures, Inc.
Copyright Date:
21 July 1926
Copyright Number:
LP22931
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in feet):
6,843
Length(in reels):
7
Country:
United States
Language:
English
SYNOPSIS

Richard Castleman, master of Winnecrest Hall in Louisiana, goes on a sea voyage recommended by his cousin and physician, Harry Chilton, who thereupon begins romancing Castleman's fiancée, Jeanne Lamont. When word arrives of Castleman's death, Chilton prepares to usurp the fortune and property of the dead man. Danny Rowland, who is found wounded by two wandering crooks, Dominie and The Squirrel, opportunely arrives at the estate seeking food and rest; and because of his resemblance to Castleman, he is welcomed as the master. Dominie is introduced as an English cleric and The Squirrel as an Italian count, while Danny falls in love with Jeanne, who believes him to be her fiancé. Chilton, however, suspects the trio and finally unmasks them. It then develops that Danny actually is Castleman, who had decided to reform the two men who befriended him and to expose the dishonesty of his ... +


Richard Castleman, master of Winnecrest Hall in Louisiana, goes on a sea voyage recommended by his cousin and physician, Harry Chilton, who thereupon begins romancing Castleman's fiancée, Jeanne Lamont. When word arrives of Castleman's death, Chilton prepares to usurp the fortune and property of the dead man. Danny Rowland, who is found wounded by two wandering crooks, Dominie and The Squirrel, opportunely arrives at the estate seeking food and rest; and because of his resemblance to Castleman, he is welcomed as the master. Dominie is introduced as an English cleric and The Squirrel as an Italian count, while Danny falls in love with Jeanne, who believes him to be her fiancé. Chilton, however, suspects the trio and finally unmasks them. It then develops that Danny actually is Castleman, who had decided to reform the two men who befriended him and to expose the dishonesty of his cousin. +

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