The Call of the Canyon
|The Call of the Canyon|
Theatrical release poster
|Directed by||Victor Fleming|
|Produced by||Jesse Lasky|
|Based on||The Call of the Canyon
by Zane Grey
|Cinematography||James Wong Howe|
|Distributed by||Paramount Pictures|
7 reels, 6,993 ft
The Call of the Canyon is a 1923 American Western silent film directed by Victor Fleming and starring Richard Dix, Lois Wilson, and Marjorie Daw. Based on the novel The Call of the Canyon by Zane Grey, the film is about a returning war veteran who is nursed back to health by a compassionate Arizona girl. The Call of the Canyon was filmed in Red Rock Crossing in Sedona, Arizona.
Glenn Kilbourne (Richard Dix) returns from the war and travels to Arizona to regain his health. There he is nursed back to health by an Arizona girl, Flo Hutter (Marjorie Daw). Kilbourne's fiancée, Carley Burch (Lois Wilson), arrives in Arizona but soon becomes disillusioned with life in the West and returns to New York. Sometime later, Flo is seriously injured in an accident. Wanting to repay her for restoring him back to health, Glenn asks her to marry him. On their wedding day, Carley returns to Arizona from New York looking for Glenn. When Flo sees that Glenn and Carley are still in love, she calls off her wedding to Glenn and marries another admirer, Lee Stanton (Leonard Clapham).
- Richard Dix as Glenn Kilbourne
- Lois Wilson as Carley Burch
- Marjorie Daw as Flo Hunter
- Noah Beery, Sr. as Haze Ruff
- Ricardo Cortez as Larry Morrison
- Fred Huntley as Tom Hutter
- Lillian Leighton as Mrs. Hutter
- Helen Dunbar as Aunt Mary
- Tom London as Lee Stanton
- Eddie Clayton as Tenney Jones
- Dorothy Seastrom as Eleanor Harmon
- Laura Anson as Beatrice Lovell
- Charles Richards as Roger Newton
- Ralph Yearsley as Charlie Oatmeal
- Arthur Rankin as Virgil Rust
- Mervyn LeRoy as Jack Rawlins
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