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On the Banks of the Wabash (film)

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Writer  Elaine S. Carrington
Genre  Silent film
Country  United States
Director  J. Stuart Blackton
Cinematography  Nicholas Musuraca
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On the Banks of the Wabash (film) movie poster
Language  Silent film (English intertitles)
Release date  October 22, 1923
Cast  Madge Evans, Mary Carr, Burr McIntosh
Related J. Stuart Blackton movies  The Battle Cry of Peace (1915), A Midsummer Nights Dream (1909), Princess Nicotine (1909), The Thieving Hand (1908)

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On the Banks of the Wabash (1923) is a silent rural melodrama film directed by J. Stuart Blackton and produced and distributed by his movie company, Vitagraph Studios. The film is very loosely based on Paul Dresser's song/poem "On the Banks of the Wabash, Far Away". The film was an expensive production, with full-size riverboat steamboat and location shooting. It was one of the last major productions by Vitagraph before they were bought by Warner Bros.

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The film stars Mary Carr. Among the cast are 14-year-old Madge Evans, Mary Carr, and James W. Morrison. The cameraman was Nicholas Musuraca. Reportedly, a private collector holds an abridged, or shortened, version of this film.

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Cast

  • Mary Carr - Anne Bixler
  • Burr McIntosh - "Cap" Hammond
  • James W. Morrison - David
  • Lumsden Hare - Paul Bixler
  • Mary MacLaren - Yvonne
  • Madge Evans - Lisbeth
  • George Neville - Sash Brown
  • Marcia Harris - Tilda Spiffen
  • References

    On the Banks of the Wabash (film) Wikipedia
    On the Banks of the Wabash (film) IMDb


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