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Director  Reginald Barker
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Country  United States
8.2/10 IMDb

Genre  Silent film
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Language  Silent English intertitles
Writer  Monte M. Katterjohn, Gordon Rigby, Lew Lipton
Release date  May 4, 1925 (1925-05-04)
Cast  Claire Windsor, Pat OMalley
Written by  Monte M. Katterjohn, Gordon Rigby, Lew Lipton
Similar movies  The Wrath of the Gods (1914), The Italian (1915), Seven Keys to Baldpate (1929)

The white desert


The White Desert is a 1925 drama film directed by Reginald Barker. The film stars Claire Windsor and Pat O'Malley, with Robert Frazer, Frank Currier and Sōjin Kamiyama. It is written by Monte M. Katterjohn and Gordon Rigby. This 'B' movie was produced to keep the Loew circuit and other cinemas supplied.

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A surviving film donated by MGM to George Eastman House.

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Synopsis

A melodrama about railroad builders.

Cast

  • Claire Windsor - Robinette
  • Pat O'Malley - Barry
  • Robert Frazer - Keith
  • Frank Currier - Saul MacFarlane
  • William Eugene - Foster
  • Roy Laidlaw - Engineer
  • Sōjin Kamiyama - Chinese Cook
  • Priscilla Bonner - Mrs. Foster
  • Snitz Edwards - Runt
  • Milton Ross - Doctor Carter
  • Matthew Betz - Buck Carson
  • Other Information

    The film was shot on Rollins Pass, Colorado, at the Corona townsite. Corona was a town dedicated to keeping the rail line open during the harsh winter, and was partially underground in a trench along the tracks, and under a snow shed.

    The film was adapted from Denver author Courtney Ryley Cooper's book The White Desert (1922).

    References

    The White Desert Wikipedia
    The White Desert IMDb


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