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The Yankee Consul
B&W : Six reels / [?] 6135 or 6148? feet
Directed by James W. Horne
Cast: Arthur Stuart Hull [Jack Morrell], Douglas MacLean [Dudley Ainsworth], Patsy Ruth Miller [Margarita], Stanhope Wheatcroft [Leopoldo], Eulalie Jensen [Donna Theresa], L.C. Shumway [the purser of the S.S. President], Fred Kelsey [John J. Doyle, Secret Service agent], George Periolat [Don Rafael Deschado], Eric Mayne [Admiral Rutledge, U.S.N.], Bert Hadley [a servant]
Douglas MacLean Productions production; distributed by Associated Exhibitors, Incorporated. / Scenario by Raymond Cannon, from an adaptation by Raymond Cannon and Lewis Milestone of the play The Yankee Consul by Henry Martyn Blossom and Alfred G. Robyn. Cinematography by Max Dupont. Edited by George J. Crone. / Premiered 10 February 1924. Released 24 February 1924. / Standard 35mm spherical 1.37:1 format.
Survival status: Print exists in the holdings of Getty Images [abridged home market version] : A print is rumored to be in the Gosfilmofond film archive.
Current rights holder: (unknown)
Keywords: Brazil: Rio de Janeiro
Listing updated: 5 February 2013.
References: Drew-Speaking p. 280 : Website-AFI : with additional information provided by Andrew Korniej.