| James P. Hogan|
| November 1, 1925 (1925-11-01)|
Tom J. Hopkins (screenplay), Tom J. Hopkins (story)
S.O.S. Perils of the Sea Wikipedia
S.O.S. Perils of the Sea is a 1925 American silent film featuring Elaine Hammerstein, directed by James P. Hogan and released through Columbia Pictures.
Elaine Hammerstein stars as Rose La Couer; Robert Ellis and Pat Harmon also star as brothers Ralph and Jim Seldon. Child actress Jean O'Rourke portrays young Rose in childhood; other performers include Billy Franey, Frank Alexander, and J. C. Fowler.
The story concerns a love triangle among Rose and her two suitors, brothers Ralph and Jim. The siblings' rivalry ends only after a fatal disaster at sea.
The film is shot in black-and-white film, but includes a hand-colored shipwreck sequence.
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