Shon the Piper
|Shon the Piper|
|Directed by||Otis Turner|
|Produced by||Otis Turner|
|Starring||Robert Z. Leonard
|Cinematography||William C. Foster|
|Distributed by||Universal Film Manufacturing Company|
|Running time||30 minutes|
Shon the Piper is a 1913 American silent short historical romantic drama film directed by Otis Turner and starring Robert Z. Leonard. The film also features Lon Chaney in a supporting role as a Scottish clansman. The film is now considered lost.
The film tells the story of a wealthy man who disguises himself as a bagpiper in order to win the hand of a proud peasant girl.
- Robert Z. Leonard - Shon the Piper
- Joseph Singleton - The Laird of the Isle
- John Burton - Tam IcIvor
- Margarita Fischer - Madge of the Hills
- Lon Chaney - Clansman
- Josef Fischer - Bit Role
- "Silent Era: Shon the Piper". silentera. Retrieved 2008-06-09.
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