|Directed by||James Kirkwood, Sr.|
|Produced by||Henry B. Harris|
|Written by||Frank E. Woods|
by William C. de Mille
|Distributed by||General Film Company|
Strongheart is a 1914 American action western silent black and white film directed by James Kirkwood, Sr., produced by Henry B. Harris, written by Frank E. Woods and starring Henry B. Walthall, Lionel Barrymore, Blanche Sweet and Antonio Moreno. The film was supervised by D.W. Griffith.
- Antonio Moreno as Frank Nelson
- Blanche Sweet as Dorothy Nelson, Frank's Sister
- Henry B. Walthall as Soangataha / Strongheart
- Gertrude Robinson as Molly Livingston
- Tom McEvoy as Dick Livingston, Molly's Brother
- Lionel Barrymore as Billy Saunders
- Alan Hale Sr. as Ralph Thorne
- William J. Butler as Manager of the Opposing Team
- W.C. Robinson as Team Assistant
- James Kirkwood
- Jack Mulhall as In Stadium Crowd
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