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The Shepherd of the Hills
(1919) American
B&W : Ten reels
Directed by Harold Bell Wright and L.F. Gottschalk

Cast: Harry G. Lonsdale [the shepherd], Cathrine Curtis [‘Sammy’ Lane], George McDaniel [Young Matt], Don Bailey [Old Matt], Elizabeth Rhodes [Aunt Molly], Lon Poff [Jim Lane], C. Edward Raynor [Little Pete], [?] Bert Sprotte or Guy C. Klaws? [Wash Gibbs], [?] George Hackathorn (George Hackathorne) or Lawrence Coghlan? [Ollie Stewart], [?] Louis Darclay or Charles O’Moore? [the artist], E.K. Kendall [the postmaster], Ardita Mellonino [the girl at the spring], William P. Du Vaull [the doctor], J. Edwin Brown [Uncle Ike]

Harold Bell Wright Story Picture Corporation production; distributed on State Rights basis by W.T. Gaskell. / Scenario by Harold Bell Wright, from the novel The Shepherd of the Hills by Harold Bell Wright. Scenic artist (set design) by Jack Holden. Props (properties) by Guy Brooks. Cinematography by Homer Scott. / © 4 February 1919 by Harold Bell Wright Story Picture Corporation [LU13360]. Released May 1919. / Standard 35mm spherical 1.33:1 format. / The first production from Harold Bell Wright Story Picture Corporation. The novel was subsequently filmed as The Shepherd of the Hills (1928).

Drama: Rural.

Survival status: The film is presumed lost.

Current rights holder: Public domain.

Keywords: USA: Arkansas

Listing updated: 6 October 2009.

References: Website-AFI.

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