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A Sagebrush Hamlet

Author: J J FranzJesse D HamptonGeorge Elwood JenksWilliam DesmondMarguerite De La MotteAll authors
Publisher: United States : Robertson-Cole : Exhibitors Mutual, 1919.
Edition/Format:   Film : Film   Visual material : English
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Larry Lang, the hero, lives on his Western ranch, surrounded by a lively gang of cow punchers, expert in the use of the gun. In his boyhood, Larry saw his father shot down beside him. Carrying the memory of the face of his father's murderer with him, he lives to avenge his death.
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Genre/Form: Features
Westerns
Drama
Material Type: Film
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: J J Franz; Jesse D Hampton; George Elwood Jenks; William Desmond; Marguerite De La Motte; Jesse D. Hampton Productions.; Robertson-Cole Company.; Exhibitors Mutual Distributing Corp.; Public Archives of Canada/Dawson City Collection (Library of Congress)
OCLC Number: 24909979
Notes: Copyright: no reg.
Copyright notice on film: J.D. Hampton ; 1919.
Alternate title, A Sage brush Hamlet, from Moving picture world, v. 41, p. 578 and 714.
Incomplete; end titles, some intertitles and parts of picture lacking; heavy nitrate deterioration printed through.
Parts of summary from Moving picture world, v. 41, p. 714.
From a story by George Elwood Jenks.
NCN000234; The sagebrush Hamlet; Dawson No57 (r1).
NCN000363; Unidentified Dawson No68; Dawson No55 (r2).
NCN000361; Unidentified Dawson No65; Dawson No58 (r3).
NCN000360; Unidentified Dawson No64; Dawson No59 (r4).
Dawson No497 (r5).
Reference sources used: Moving picture world, v. 41, p. 578, 714 and 775; Moving picture news, v. 20.1, p. 1136 and 1323; American film-index, 1916-1920; American Film Institute catalog, feature films, 1911-1920.
Credits: Photography, Harry W. Gerstad ; editor, K.E. Anderson.
Cast: William Desmond (Larry Lang), Marguerite De La Motte (Dora Lawrence), Florence Gibson (Mother Dolan), Edward Piel (Claude Dutton), Frank Lanning (Two Gun Dan).
Description: 5 reels of 5 (inc.) (3469 ft.) : si., b&w ; 35 mm. ref print. 4 reels of 5 (r1-4, inc.) (3010 ft.) : si., b&w ; 35 mm. dupe neg.
Other Titles: Sage brush Hamlet.
Unidentified Dawson.
No. 68.
Unidentified Dawson.
No. 65.
Unidentified Dawson.
No. 64.
Responsibility: Jesse D. Hampton Productions ; director, J.J. Franz ; [produced by] Jesse D. Hampton ; writer, George Elwood Jenks.

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Larry Lang, the hero, lives on his Western ranch, surrounded by a lively gang of cow punchers, expert in the use of the gun. In his boyhood, Larry saw his father shot down beside him. Carrying the memory of the face of his father's murderer with him, he lives to avenge his death.

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