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The Bar-C Mystery
(1926) American
B&W : Serial / 20 reels
Directed by Robert F. Hill

Cast: Dorothy Phillips [Jane Cortelyou], Wallace MacDonald [‘Nevada’], Ethel Clayton [Mrs. Lane], Philo McCullough [Robbins], Violet Schram [Wanda], Fred de Silva [Grisp], Jacqueline Wells (Julie Bishop), Billy Bletcher, Jim Corey, Johnny Fox, Al Hart, Fred Kohler, Tom London, Francis McDonald, Victor Potel

C.W. Patton Productions production; distributed by Pathé Exchange, Incorporated. / Produced by C.W. Patton. Scenario by William Sherwood, from the short story “Janie of the Waning Glories” by Raymond Spears. / Ten episodes (two reels each): [1] “A Heritage of Danger,” © 26 April 1926 by Pathé Exchange, Incorporated [LP22643], released 25 April 1926; [2] “Perilous Paths,” © 27 April 1926 by Pathé Exchange, Incorporated [LP22644]; [3] “The Midnight Raid,” © 28 April 1926 by Pathé Exchange, Incorporated [LP22645]; [4] “Wheels of Doom,” © 12 May 1926 by Pathé Exchange, Incorporated [LP22747]; [5] “Thundering Hoofs,” © 15 May 1926 by Pathé Exchange, Incorporated [LP22748]; [6] “Against Desperate Odds,” © 18 May 1926 by Pathé Exchange, Incorporated [LP22749]; [7] “Back from the Missing,” © 24 May 1926 by Pathé Exchange, Incorporated [LP22804]; [8] “The Fight for a Fortune,” © 29 May 1926 by Pathé Exchange, Incorporated [LP22805]; [9] “The Wolf’s Cunning,” © 4 June 1926 by Pathé Exchange, Incorporated [LP22806]; [10] “A Six-Gun Wedding,” © 25 June 1926 by Pathé Exchange, Incorporated [LP22842]. / Standard 35mm spherical 1.37:1 format. / The serial was edited to five reels (4756 feet) and released by Pathé as a feature film on 14 March 1926, before the serial’s official release.

Drama: Western.

Survival status: The film is presumed lost.

Current rights holder: (unknown)

Keywords: Serials

Listing updated: 2 March 2011.

References: Lahue-Continued pp. 250, 283; LoC-MoPic-2 p. 44 : Website-IMDb; Website-SerSq.

 
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