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The turmoil

Author: Hobart Henley; George Hackathorne; Eleanor Boardman
Publisher: 1924.
Edition/Format:   Film : Film   Visual material : English
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"Industrialist James Sheridan, Sr., once a laborer, insists on moulding the careers of his three sons; however, he loses James, Jr., in a flood disaster, and Roscoe suffers a mental breakdown. Realizing his mistake, he begins to insure the happiness of the third son, Bibbs, by bringing him together with Mary, the girl he loves"--AFI catalog, 1921-1930.
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Genre/Form: Silent films
UCLA preservation
Features
Drama
Material Type: Film
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Hobart Henley; George Hackathorne; Eleanor Boardman
OCLC Number: 423392401
Notes: Silent feature.
Source: The turmoil / Booth Tarkington. 1915.
Credits supplied from: AFI catalog, 1921-1930.
Footage on release was 6,741 ft., according to: AFI catalog, 1921-1930.
Credits: Photography, Charles Stumar; film editor, Daniel Mandell.
Cast: Emmett Corrigan (James Sheridan); George Hackathorne (Bibbs Sheridan); Edward Hearn (Roscoe Sheridan); Theodore von Eltz (James Sheridan, Jr.); Eileen Percy (Mrs. Roscoe Sheridan); Pauline Garon (Edith Sheridan); Eleanor Boardman (Mary Vertrees); Winter Hall (Henry Vertrees); Kitty Bradbury (Mrs. Henry Vertrees); Kenneth Gibson (Bobby Lamhorn); Victory Bateman (Mrs. James Sheridan).
Responsibility: Universal Pictures ; presented by Carl Laemmle ; director, Hobart Henley ; scenario, E.T. Lowe, Jr.

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"Industrialist James Sheridan, Sr., once a laborer, insists on moulding the careers of his three sons; however, he loses James, Jr., in a flood disaster, and Roscoe suffers a mental breakdown. Realizing his mistake, he begins to insure the happiness of the third son, Bibbs, by bringing him together with Mary, the girl he loves"--AFI catalog, 1921-1930.

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