The Man from Hell's River

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The Man from Hell's River, also known as simply Hell's River, is a 1922 silent film starring Irving Cummings, Eva Novak and Wallace Beery. The screenplay was written by Cummings based upon the story "God of Her People" by James Oliver Curwood, and directed by Cummings.[1] The picture was notably the first of many (including a subsequent television series) for canine character Rin Tin Tin,[2] who replaced a truculent wolf originally slated to appear.[3] The movie exists and is readily available online. The Man from Hell's River was produced by Irving Cummings Productions.

References[edit]

  1. ^ 1878-1967., Sandburg, Carl, (2000). The movies are : Carl Sandburg's film reviews and essays, 1920-1928. Bernstein, Arnie. (1st ed.). Chicago, Ill.: Lake Claremont Press. ISBN 1893121054. OCLC 45184671.
  2. ^ Shackleton, Kay. "Rin Tin Tin". silenthollywood.com. Retrieved 2018-09-06.
  3. ^ Douglas., Keister,. Stories in stone Paris : a field guide to Paris cemeteries and their residents (First ed.). Layton, Utah. ISBN 9781461943235. OCLC 857769891.

External links[edit]

The Man from Hell's River on IMDb