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The Jul 1923 AmCin reported that cinematographers Allen Davey, Reginald Lyons, Alois Herimerl, and Georges Rizard worked together in early Jun 1923 to film a cattle stampede in Bishop, CA, for The Eagle's Feather. ... More Less

The Jul 1923 AmCin reported that cinematographers Allen Davey, Reginald Lyons, Alois Herimerl, and Georges Rizard worked together in early Jun 1923 to film a cattle stampede in Bishop, CA, for The Eagle's Feather. More Less

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American Cinematographer
Jul 1923
p. 14.
DETAILS
Release Date:
15 October 1923
Copyright Claimant:
Metro Pictures
Copyright Date:
5 September 1923
Copyright Number:
LP19401
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in feet):
6,500
Length(in reels):
7
Country:
United States
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

Hardy ranchowner Delia Jamieson hires John Trent as her foreman after he befriends her niece Martha. Jeff Carey, jealous of Trent's friendship with Martha, plants some stolen gold in his room and reveals this act to Delia, who visits Trent privately. Trent tries to tell Delia of his love for Martha, but she misunderstands him, thinking he is in love with her. When Delia does understand, however, she sends Martha away and orders the boys to whip Trent. She repents in time, sacrificing herself for her niece's ... +


Hardy ranchowner Delia Jamieson hires John Trent as her foreman after he befriends her niece Martha. Jeff Carey, jealous of Trent's friendship with Martha, plants some stolen gold in his room and reveals this act to Delia, who visits Trent privately. Trent tries to tell Delia of his love for Martha, but she misunderstands him, thinking he is in love with her. When Delia does understand, however, she sends Martha away and orders the boys to whip Trent. She repents in time, sacrificing herself for her niece's happiness. +

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Name Occurs Before Title
AFI Life Achievement Award

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