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Tennessees Pardner

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Genre  Western
Story by  Bret Harte
Country  United States
Director  George Melford
Screenplay  Marion Fairfax
Duration  
Language  English
Tennessees Pardner Wikipedia

Release date  February 6, 1916 (1916-02-06)
Writer  Marion Fairfax (scenario), Bret Harte (story)
Cast  Raymond Hatton, Charles Clary, Fannie Ward, Jessie Arnold, Jack Dean, James Neill, Ronald Bradbury
Similar movies  Jungle Menace (1937), The Lost World (1925), Sherlock Holmes (1922), Lilies of the Field (1924), The Dude Bandit (1933)

Tennessee's Pardner is a surviving 1916 American Western film directed by George Melford and written by Marion Fairfax. The film stars Fannie Ward, Jack Dean, Charles Clary, Jessie Arnold, Ronald Bradbury and Raymond Hatton. The film was released February 6, 1916, by Paramount Pictures.

Contents

A 1916 Film Diary Tennessees Pardner Brooksies Silent Film

Plot

A 1916 Film Diary Tennessees Pardner Brooksies Silent Film

Fannie Ward plays the part of a young girl whose parents are separated on their journey to California. When her father is killed, she is left in the care of her father's friend.

Cast

  • Fannie Ward as Tennessee
  • Jack Dean as Jack Hunter
  • Charles Clary as Tom Romaine
  • Jessie Arnold as Kate Kent
  • Ronald Bradbury as Bill Kent
  • Raymond Hatton as Gewilliker Hay
  • James Neill as The Padre
  • Preservation status

  • The film is preserved in the UCLA Film and Television Archive and/or The Library of Congress collection.
  • References

    Tennessee's Pardner Wikipedia
    Tennessees Pardner IMDb


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