Writer:

Edward T. Lowe

Cinematographer:

Jackson Rose

Production Designer:

Sidney Ullman

Production Company:

Metro Pictures Corp.
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LITERARY
Based on the play Big Game by Willard Robertson, Kilbourne Gordon (New York, 21 Jan 1920).
DETAILS
Release Date:
16 August 1921
Copyright Claimant:
Metro Pictures
Copyright Date:
11 August 1921
Copyright Number:
LP16863
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in reels):
6
Country:
United States
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

Larry Winthrop, the pampered son of an aristocratic Boston family, is loved by his wife, Eleanor, but she wants him to prove himself to her as a man. She accompanies him when he is called to Canada on business and there meets Jean St. Jean, a Canadian guide who fancies himself irresistible to the ladies. Hoping to make her husband jealous, Eleanor engages Jean to go with them to a cabin in the woods. The three are snowbound there, and when Jean defies Larry and seizes Eleanor, the husband loses all signs of cowardice and finds himself. Jean is whipped, and Eleanor is delighted that Larry is at last a "real ... +


Larry Winthrop, the pampered son of an aristocratic Boston family, is loved by his wife, Eleanor, but she wants him to prove himself to her as a man. She accompanies him when he is called to Canada on business and there meets Jean St. Jean, a Canadian guide who fancies himself irresistible to the ladies. Hoping to make her husband jealous, Eleanor engages Jean to go with them to a cabin in the woods. The three are snowbound there, and when Jean defies Larry and seizes Eleanor, the husband loses all signs of cowardice and finds himself. Jean is whipped, and Eleanor is delighted that Larry is at last a "real man." +

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Society


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AFI Life Achievement Award

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