The Great Redeemer

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The Great Redeemer
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Directed by Clarence Brown
Maurice Tourneur
Written by Jules Furthman
John Gilbert
Starring House Peters
Marjorie Daw
Jack McDonald
Joseph Singleton
Distributed by Maurice Tourneur Productions
Release dates
  • October 24, 1920 (1920-10-24)
Country United States
Language Silent film
English intertitles

The Great Redeemer is a 1920 silent film co-directed by Maurice Tourneur and Clarence Brown and starring House Peters, Marjorie Daw, Jack McDonald and Joseph Singleton.

Cast[edit]

  • House Peters as Dan Malloy
  • Marjorie Daw as The Girl
  • Jack McDonald as The Sheirff
  • Joseph Singleton as The Murderer

Production[edit]

This film was the first ever to be directed by producer and director Clarence Brown. The film does not seem to exist today, which could give it a great chance of being a lost film.

External links[edit]

The Great Redeemer at the Internet Movie Database