White Man (film)
|Directed by||Louis J. Gasnier|
|Produced by||B.P. Schulberg|
|Written by||George Agnew Chamberlain (story), Olga Printzlau|
|Distributed by||Al Lichtman Corporation/Preferred Pictures|
Lady Andrea Pellor (Joyce) is engaged with a South African wealthy mine owner only to save her family from misery. Before the wedding, she changes her mind about marrying the rich man for the wrong reasons, and she begs a pilot known as "White Man" (Harlan) to take her with him.
They land in the jungle where Lady Andrea contracts fever, he take care or her until she is completely recovered. They fall in love, but Lady Andrea suspects he is a fugitive.
- Kenneth Harlan ... White Man
- Alice Joyce ... Lady Andrea Pellor
- Walter Long ... The River Thief
- Clark Gable ... Lady Andrea's Brother
- Stanton Heck ... Mark Hammer
- The American Film Institute Catalog Feature Films: 1921-30 by The American Film Institute c.1971
- White Man at Unsung Divas: The Alice Joyce Page, by Greta deGroat
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