I Am the Law (1922 film)
|I Am the Law|
|Directed by||Edwin Carewe|
|Produced by||Edwin Carewe|
|Written by||Raymond L. Schrock|
|Based on||"The Poetic Justice of Uko San"
by James Oliver Curwood
Edwin Carewe Picture Corp.
|Distributed by||Affiliated Distribution Co.|
|June 1, 1922|
|Language||Silent (English intertitles)|
I Am the Law is a 1922 American drama film starring Alice Lake and Kenneth Harlan, and featuring Noah Beery, Sr. and Wallace Beery. The movie was written by Raymond L. Schrock based upon a story by James Oliver Curwood, and directed by Edwin Carewe. It is not known whether the film currently survives, which suggests that it is a lost film.
- Alice Lake as Joan Cameron
- Kenneth Harlan as Cpl. Bob Fitzgerald
- Rosemary Theby as Mrs. George Mordeaux
- Gaston Glass as Ralph Fitzgerald
- Noah Beery as Sgt. Georges Mordeaux
- Wallace Beery as Fu Chang
- Progressive Silent Film List: I Am the Law at silentera.com
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