The Yankee Clipper (1927 film)
|The Yankee Clipper|
The film's three stars, Elinor Fair, Junior Coghlan, and William Boyd, left to right.
|Directed by||Rupert Julian|
|Produced by||Cecil B. DeMille|
|Written by||Denison Clift (story)
Garrett Fort (adaptation)
John W. Krafft (titles)
Garnett Weston (adaptation)
Frank Coghlan, Jr.
|Edited by||Claude Berkeley|
|Distributed by||Producers Distributing Corporation|
The Yankee Clipper is a 1927 American adventure film produced by Cecil B. DeMille and directed by Rupert Julian. It is set against the maritime rivalry between the United States and Great Britain in the mid-19th century.
Captain Winslow takes a revolutionary new clipper ship, built by his father, on its first voyage, and Mickey Murphy is found stowing away in a burlap sack. While in China, Winslow attends a dinner hosted by a wealthy Chinese merchant and rescues English maiden Lady Jocelyn Huntington from rioting beggars. Winslow agrees to a race from China to Boston against an English clipper ship. He wins the race and Lady Jocelyn.
- William Boyd ..... Captain Hal Winslow
- Elinor Fair ..... Lady Jocelyn Huntington
- Frank Coghlan, Jr. ..... Mickey Murphy
- John Miljan ..... Paul de Vigny
- Walter Long ..... Portuguese Joe
- Louis Payne ..... Lord Huntington
- Burr McIntosh ..... Thomas Winslow
- Clarence Burton ..... Captain McIntosh
- The Yankee Clipper at silentera.com
- The American Film Institute Catalog Feature Films: 1921-30 by The American Film Institute, c.1971
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