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Thundering Dawn
(1923) American
B&W : Seven reels / 6600 feet
Directed by Harry Garson

Cast: Winter Hall [the elder Standish], J. Warren Kerrigan [Jack Standish], Anna Q. Nilsson [Mary Rogers], Thomas Santschi (Tom Santschi) [Gordon Van Brock], Charles Clary [Lawyer Sprott], Georgia Woodthrope [Mrs. Standish], Richard Kean [the hotel keeper], Edward Burns [Michael Carmichael], Winifred Bryson [Lullaby Lou], Anna May Wong [the honky tonk girl]

Universal Pictures Corporation production; distributed by Universal Pictures Corporation [Universal-Jewel]. / Produced by Harry Garson. Scenario by Lenore J. Coffee and John Goodrich, from an adaptation by Raymond L. Schrock of a screen story by John Blackwood. Cinematography by Charles Richardson, Louis Physioc and Elmer Ellsworth. Intertitles by Sada Cowan. / © 24 September 1923 by Universal Pictures Corporation [LP19449]. Released 5 November 1923. / Standard 35mm spherical 1.33:1 format. / Working titles: Havoc and The Bond of the Ring.

Drama.

Survival status: The film is presumed lost : A trailer for the film exists in the Library of Congress film archive.

Current rights holder: (unknown)

Keywords: Alcoholim - Families - Vamps

Listing updated: 2 August 2009.

References: Edmonds-BigU p. 130; Hirschhorn-Universal p. 43 : Website-AFI : with additional information provided by Pete Jones.

 
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