Salvation Jane (1927)

Melodrama | 1 March 1927

Director:

Phil Rosen

Writer:

Maude Fulton

Cinematographer:

H. Lyman Broening

Production Company:

R-C Pictures Corp.
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SOURCE CITATIONS
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DATE
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Variety
11 May 1927
p. 21.
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DETAILS
Release Date:
1 March 1927
Copyright Claimant:
R-C Pictures Corp.
Copyright Date:
13 February 1927
Copyright Number:
LP23684
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in feet):
5,490
Length(in reels):
6
Country:
United States
Language:
English
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

Capt. Carrie Brown of the Salvation Army is troubled by Jane, a tenement girl who uses the Army as a cloak for her mischievous deeds. Through Jane's vigilance, Jerry O'Day, a crook, is prevented from robbing a woman; Jerry discovers where she lives and offers to pay her handsomely if she will help him in his "work," but she refuses. Later, she unwillingly agrees to Jerry's proposition to pay her grandfather's medical bills when the doctor threatens to send him to a charity hospital. She makes a haul by stealing from an innocent westerner; but when he tries to kill himself over the loss, Jane restores the money. After she quarrels with Jerry, he promises to go straight; Gramp reveals a money hoard, and Jane is wounded in a scuffle over the money. Jerry is subsequently convinced of her innocence, and they are ... +


Capt. Carrie Brown of the Salvation Army is troubled by Jane, a tenement girl who uses the Army as a cloak for her mischievous deeds. Through Jane's vigilance, Jerry O'Day, a crook, is prevented from robbing a woman; Jerry discovers where she lives and offers to pay her handsomely if she will help him in his "work," but she refuses. Later, she unwillingly agrees to Jerry's proposition to pay her grandfather's medical bills when the doctor threatens to send him to a charity hospital. She makes a haul by stealing from an innocent westerner; but when he tries to kill himself over the loss, Jane restores the money. After she quarrels with Jerry, he promises to go straight; Gramp reveals a money hoard, and Jane is wounded in a scuffle over the money. Jerry is subsequently convinced of her innocence, and they are reconciled. +

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Sub-genre:
Crime


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