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The working title of this film was The Storm's Daughter.
       This may be the George Archainbaud-Priscilla Dean film mentioned in an item in the 30 Jun 1923 Camera, in which the director was scouting the San Francisco, CA, area for “a New England village.” Archainbaud “found what he wanted down in the neighborhood of Half-Moon Bay, and will return in the near future with a company Universal to film part of the story here.” ...

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The working title of this film was The Storm's Daughter.
       This may be the George Archainbaud-Priscilla Dean film mentioned in an item in the 30 Jun 1923 Camera, in which the director was scouting the San Francisco, CA, area for “a New England village.” Archainbaud “found what he wanted down in the neighborhood of Half-Moon Bay, and will return in the near future with a company Universal to film part of the story here.”

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SOURCE CITATIONS
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DATE
PAGE
Camera
30 Jun 1923
p. 22
DETAILS
Alternate Title:
The storm's daughter
Release Date:
23 March 1924
Production Date:

Copyright Info
Claimant
Date
Copyright Number
Universal Pictures
28 February 1924
LP19953
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in feet):
5,303
Length(in reels):
6
Country:
United States
SYNOPSIS

"Brute" Morgan, a skipper with a "terrible reputation," runs down Kate Masterson's sailboat, imprisons her and her crew, and forces them to hard work. In a mutiny led by Rennert, Morgan is overpowered and put in irons, but he is released to command the ship during a terrific storm. The ship sinks; and Morgan and Kate, the only survivors, reach a deserted island. The experience has softened Morgan, and the two have fallen in ...

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"Brute" Morgan, a skipper with a "terrible reputation," runs down Kate Masterson's sailboat, imprisons her and her crew, and forces them to hard work. In a mutiny led by Rennert, Morgan is overpowered and put in irons, but he is released to command the ship during a terrific storm. The ship sinks; and Morgan and Kate, the only survivors, reach a deserted island. The experience has softened Morgan, and the two have fallen in love.

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Offscreen Credit
Name Occurs Before Title
AFI Life Achievement Award

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