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The Flaming Forties
B&W : Six reels / 5770 feet
Directed by Tom Forman
Cast: Harry Carey [Bill Jones, Tennessee’s pardner], William Norton Bailey [Desparde], Jacqueline Gadsdon [Sally], James Mason [Jay Bird Charley], Frank Norcross [Colonel Starbottle], Wilbur Higby [the sheriff]
Stellar Productions production; distributed by Producers Distributing Corporation. / Personally supervised (produced) by Hunt Stromberg. Scenario by Harvey Gates, from the adaptation by Elliott J, Clawson of the short story “Tennessee’s Pardner” by Bret Harte. Art direction by Edward Withers. Cinematography by Sol Polito. Edited by Robert De Lacy. Presented by Hunt Stromberg. / © 30 December 1924 by Stellar Productions [LP20972]. Released 21 December 1924. / Standard 35mm spherical 1.37:1 format. / The story was previously adapted for Tennessee’s Pardner (1916); and again by Famous Players-Lasky Corporation as The Golden Princess (1925).
Survival status: (unknown)
Current rights holder: (unknown)
Listing updated: 30 October 2004.
References: Jewell-RKO p. 280 : Website-AFI.