Sundown (1924 film)

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For the 1941 film starring Gene Tierney, see Sundown (1941 film).
Sundown
Directed by Laurence Trimble
Harry O. Hoyt
Written by Earl Hudson (story)
Frances Marion (scenario)
Marion Fairfax (scenario)
Kenneth B. Clarke (scenario)
Starring Bessie Love
Cinematography David Thompson
Edited by Cyril Gardner
Distributed by First National Pictures (as Associated First National)
Release dates
November 30, 1924
December 7, 1925 (Finland)
May 1926 (Germany)
Running time
9 reels (8,640 feet)
Country United States
Language Silent

Sundown is a 1924 silent film Western drama produced and distributed by First National Pictures and starring Bessie Love. Frances Marion, Marion Fairfax and Kenneth B. Clarke wrote the screenplay based on an original screen story by Earl Hudson. This film was the only production cinematographer David Thompson ever worked on. This film is lost.[1][2]

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