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  Lupe Velez (right).
Photograph: Silent Era image collection.
Wolf Song
(1929) American
B&W : Eight reels / 6769 feet
Directed by Victor Fleming

Cast: Gary Cooper [Sam Lash], Lupe Velez [Lola Salazar], Louis Wolheim [Gullion], Constantine Romanoff [Rube Thatcher], Michael Vavitch [Don Solomon Salazar], Ann Brody [duenna], Russ Colombo [Ambrosia Guiterrez], Augustina Lopez [Louisa], George Rigas [Black Wolf]

Paramount Famous Lasky Corporation production; distributed by Paramount Pictures Corporation. / Scenario by John Farrow and Keene Thompson, from the short story “Wolf Song” by Harvey Ferguson. Song “Mi amado” by Harry Warren (music), [?] ? Lewis and [?] ? Young (lyrics). Song “Yo te amo Means I Love You” by Richard Whiting (music) and Al Bryan (lyrics). Cinematography by Allen Siegler. Intertitles by Jullian Johnson. Edited by Eda Warren. Musical director, Irvin Talbot. Supervisor of music recording, Max Terr. / © 29 March 1929 by Paramount Famous Lasky Corporation [LP254]. Released 30 March 1929. / Standard 35mm spherical 1.33:1 format. / Silent film, with talking sequences, synchronized music and sound effects.

Drama: Western.

Survival status: Print exists in the Library of Congress film archive [incomplete (the film’s soundtrack is presumed lost)].

Current rights holder: Public domain.

Listing updated: 23 March 2007.

References: ClasIm-226 p. 34 : Website-AFI : with additional information provided by Edward Slonina.

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