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|Directed by||Charles Bartlett|
|Produced by||Neal Hart (producer)|
Charles Bartlett (story)|
Charles Bartlett (scenario)
|Cinematography||Jacob A. Badaracco|
Neal Hart Productions
|Distributed by||William Steiner Productions|
|Language||Silent (English intertitles)|
Tangled Trails is a 1921 American film directed by Charles Bartlett.
The film is also known as Sands of Sacrifice.
This section needs expansion. You can help by adding to it. (November 2011)
- Neal Hart as Cpl. Jack Borden
- Violet Palmer as Milly
- Gladys Hampton as Blanche Hall
- Jean Barry as Mrs. Hall
- Jules Cowles as The Stranger
- Edward Roseman as Phil Lawson
- John Lowell as Granger (uncredited)
Copies of Tangled Trails survive and the film has been released on DVD.
- Progressive Silent Film List: Tangled Trails at silentera.com
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