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The Knickerbocker Buckaroo
Also known as Something for Everybody in the USA
B&W : [?] Five or Six? reels / 5200 feet
Directed by Albert Parker
Cast: Douglas Fairbanks [Teddy Drake], Marjorie Daw [Mercedes], William Wellman (William A. Wellman) [Henry], Frank Campeau [the corrupt sheriff], Edythe Chapman [Mrs. Drake], Albert McQuarrie [Manuel Lopez], Ted Reed (Theodore Reed) [New York clubman], James Mason [villain], Ernest Butterworth
Douglas Fairbanks Pictures Corporation production; distributed by Famous Players-Lasky Corporation [Artcraft Pictures]. / Produced by Douglas Fairbanks. Scenario by Elton Banks (Douglas Fairbanks), Joseph Henabery, Frank Condon and Ted Reed (Theodore Reed). Production manager, Theodore Reed. Art direction by Max Parker. Assistant director, Arthur Rosson. Cinematography by Hugh C. McClung and Glen MacWilliams. Assistant cameraman, Paul MacWilliams. Edited by William Shea. / © 26 May 1919 by Douglas Fairbanks Pictures Corporation [LP13776]. Released 18 May 1919. / Standard 35mm spherical 1.37:1 format. / The film’s original title was Something for Everybody. Wellman’s film debut. [?] Thompson-Lost p. 86 lists the film’s length at six reels and 5003 feet.
Synopsis: Synopsis available in AFI-F1 n. F1.2368.
Survival status: The film is presumed lost.
Current rights holder: Public domain.
Listing updated: 5 June 2012.
References: AFI-F1 n. F1.2368; Brownlow-Parade p. 171; Thompson-Lost pp. xix, 86 : Website-AFI.