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The 23 Dec 1925 Film Daily announced that Action Pictures, Inc. had completed production on Twin Triggers, the seventh in a series of films featuring actor Buddy Roosevelt. A 24 Jul 1926 Motion Picture News item listed the picture as 4,800 feet in length, while the 23 Oct 1926 issue cited a length of 5,000 feet.
       A 6 Jun 1926 [Muncie, IN] Star Press item, which advertised an opening at the Orpheum Theatre, identified J. P. McGowan as the director. ...

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The 23 Dec 1925 Film Daily announced that Action Pictures, Inc. had completed production on Twin Triggers, the seventh in a series of films featuring actor Buddy Roosevelt. A 24 Jul 1926 Motion Picture News item listed the picture as 4,800 feet in length, while the 23 Oct 1926 issue cited a length of 5,000 feet.
       A 6 Jun 1926 [Muncie, IN] Star Press item, which advertised an opening at the Orpheum Theatre, identified J. P. McGowan as the director.

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SOURCE CITATIONS
SOURCE
DATE
PAGE
Cape Girardeau Southeast Missourian
24 Feb 1927
p. 8
Film Daily
23 Dec 1925
p. 10
Indianapolis Star [Indianapolis, IN]
23 May 1926
p. 77
Motion Picture News
24 Jul 1926
p. 342
Motion Picture News
23 Oct 1926
p. 1620
MPN Booking Guide
11 Oct 1926
p. 52
Post-Star [Glen Falls, NY]
28 Aug 1926
p. 9
Star Press [Muncie, IN]
6 Jun 1926
p. 18
DETAILS
Release Date:
13 April 1926
Premiere Information:
Indianapolis, IN, opening: week of 23 May 1926; Muncie, IN, opening: week of 6 Jun 1926
Production Date:
ended Dec 1925
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in feet):
4,368, 4,800, 5,000
Length(in reels):
5
Country:
United States
Language:
English
SYNOPSIS

"Twin brothers are pitted against each other as one is engaged in smuggling Chinese and other is out to stop practice. The law and order chap accomplishes his task and also wins brother's girl." (MPNBG 11 Oct 1926, p. ...

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"Twin brothers are pitted against each other as one is engaged in smuggling Chinese and other is out to stop practice. The law and order chap accomplishes his task and also wins brother's girl." (MPNBG 11 Oct 1926, p. 52.)

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