Her Sturdy Oak (1921)

Comedy | July 1921

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HISTORY

A studio charted in the 16 Apr 1921 Camera noted that The Clinging Vine, the original title, was going into production that week at Realart Studios, 201 N. Occidental, in Los Angeles, CA. Another item in the same issue pinpointed the starting date as 13 Apr 1921.
       The 23 Apr 1921 Camera reported that filming took place that week at Ocean Park in Santa Monica, CA, and Mt. Lowe in the mountains above Altadena, CA. ...

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A studio charted in the 16 Apr 1921 Camera noted that The Clinging Vine, the original title, was going into production that week at Realart Studios, 201 N. Occidental, in Los Angeles, CA. Another item in the same issue pinpointed the starting date as 13 Apr 1921.
       The 23 Apr 1921 Camera reported that filming took place that week at Ocean Park in Santa Monica, CA, and Mt. Lowe in the mountains above Altadena, CA.

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GEOGRAPHIC LOCATIONS
SOURCE CITATIONS
SOURCE
DATE
PAGE
Camera
16 Apr 1921
p. 4
Camera
16 Apr 1921
p. 11
Camera
23 Apr 1921
p. 8
CAST
PRODUCTION CREDITS
NAME
PARENT COMPANY
PRODUCTION COMPANY
NAME
CREDITED AS
CREDIT
DIRECTORS
Asst dir
WRITERS
Story
PHOTOGRAPHY
DETAILS
Alternate Title:
The Clinging Vine
Release Date:
July 1921
Production Date:
began 13 Apr 1921
Copyright Info
Claimant
Date
Copyright Number
Realart Pictures
14 July 1921
LP16762
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in feet):
4,590
Length(in reels):
5
Country:
United States
Language:
English
SYNOPSIS

Samuel Butters, who is engaged to Belle Bright, a fleshy young woman who wears knickers and rules the ranch with an iron hand, musters up the courage to ask her for money. With $125, he visits a summer hotel and there meets and falls in love with pretty Violet White. They appeal to Belle to break her engagement, and she consents but refuses to allow Samuel his part of the farm investment. The lovers marry, and when twins arrive they have a difficult time, until they discover a cache of honey in the chimney. Belle arrives suddenly and announces that she is foreclosing on the mortgage, but the twins bring about a change of heart and she ...

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Samuel Butters, who is engaged to Belle Bright, a fleshy young woman who wears knickers and rules the ranch with an iron hand, musters up the courage to ask her for money. With $125, he visits a summer hotel and there meets and falls in love with pretty Violet White. They appeal to Belle to break her engagement, and she consents but refuses to allow Samuel his part of the farm investment. The lovers marry, and when twins arrive they have a difficult time, until they discover a cache of honey in the chimney. Belle arrives suddenly and announces that she is foreclosing on the mortgage, but the twins bring about a change of heart and she relents.

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Offscreen Credit
Name Occurs Before Title
AFI Life Achievement Award

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