Davy Crockett (1910 film)

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Davy Crockett
Directed by Francis Boggs
Produced by William Selig
Distributed by Selig Polyscope Co.
Release date(s) 1910
Country United States
Language English

Davy Crockett is a 1910 American silent starring Hobart Bosworth as Davy Crockett, with Betty Harte and Tom Santschi. The film was directed by Francis Boggs and distributed by Selig Polyscope Co. It was commercially released in the United States. With a storyline similar to the 1909 Davy Crockett – In Hearts United, this fictional account of Crockett's life has him rescuing his lady love from marrying his rival. The movie ends with Crockett and his girlfriend riding off together.[1]

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  1. ^ Langman, Larry (1992). A guide to silent westerns. Greenwood. p. 108. ISBN 978-0-3132-7858-7. 

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