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Genre  Family
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Screenplay  Philip Hubbard
Country  United States
Brawn of the North Brawn of the North 1922 IMDb

Language  Silent (English intertitles)
Director  Laurence Trimble Jane Murfin
Release date  November 12, 1922 1925 (Germany)
Writer  Philip Hubbard, Jane Murfin (story), Laurence Trimble (story)
Directors  Laurence Trimble, Jane Murfin
Story by  Laurence Trimble, Jane Murfin
Cast  Strongheart (The Dog), Irene Rich (Marion Wells), Lee Shumway (Peter Coe), Philip Hubbard (The Missionary), Joseph Barrell (Howard Burton)
Similar movies  Strongheart appears in Brawn of the North and The Return of Boston Blackie

Brawn of the North is a lost 1922 American silent Northwoods film. It was produced by Laurence Trimble and Jane Murfin with release through Associated First National Pictures. The film stars Irene Rich and a new canine find by Trimble named Strongheart. This was the second film starring the dog after his introduction in The Silent Call (1921).

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The film is presumed to be lost.

Cast

  • Irene Rich as Marion Wells
  • Lee Shumway as Peter Coe
  • Joseph Barrell as Howard Burton
  • Roger James Manning as Lester Wells
  • Philip Hubbard as The Missionary
  • Jean Metcalfe as The Missionary's Wife
  • Baby Evangeline Bryant as The Baby
  • Lady Silver as The Vamp, a dog
  • Strongheart as Brawn
  • References

    Brawn of the North Wikipedia
    Brawn of the North IMDb Brawn of the North themoviedb.org


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