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Acord, Art 1890-1931

Overview
Works: 15 works in 17 publications in 2 languages and 26 library holdings
Genres: Drama  Western films  Silent films  Film adaptations  History  Short films  Comedy films  Motion pictures  Fiction  Internet videos 
Roles: Actor
Classifications: PS3511.A94, 791.4372
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Most widely held works about Art Acord
 
Most widely held works by Art Acord
The invaders( Visual )

2 editions published between 1912 and 2007 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"One of the first great westerns, a broken-treaty tale whose power owes much to its Native American actors. At three reels, its portrayal of reluctant U.S. Cavalry troops forced to battle Sioux and Cheyenne was also an epic in 1912, when most films still squeezed their stories into a single reel. ... Although the Native American actors in The invaders remain mainly unidentified (the Sioux chief has sometimes been misidentified as William Eagleshirt, the lead in other Ince westerns), they perform with a subtle and complex pantomime that impressed critics even then. Ince's only complaint was that their gestural style was so restrained that their characters' anger against the whites could fail to register onscreen. It's easy to see why the Inceville westerns were regarded as so stirring in 1912. If they retain power now, it's partly because of their documentary-inflected visuals and partly because they are so unlike later Hollywood westerns, which would abandon Native American actors. The invaders allots something close to equal time for personal dramas among the natives, and is structured thorugh parallel plots within the Cavalry post and the Sioux village: in each a father must approve a suitor for his daughter. The simple story derives some of its force by combining the two key American fables of self-sacrifice on the frontier: a Custer story (a contingent of the Seventh Cavalry is again slaughtered) is joined to a Pocahontas story (a chief's daughter again saves a white community). ... For all the conventionality in The invaders' portrait of Indians--who are ultimately both savage and sentimentalized--the film retains surprises. Audiences might presume its title will refer to some rampaging redskins, but it is the eastern surveyors for the transcontinental railroad, laughing off Cavalry protection and treaty terms, who will prove to be 'the invaders'"--Film notes by Scott Simmon for More treasures from American film archives, 1894-1931
The heart of an Indian( Visual )

in Undetermined and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This treatment of settler-Indian conflict is remarkably even-handed, filmed with documentary-like detachment exclusively in medium long shot and long shot. The tragic ending for the Indian is paralleled by a happy resolution for the whites
The white outlaw( Visual )

2 editions published between 1929 and 2013 in No Linguistic content and English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Known as the White Outlaw for the kerchief he wears, Johnny Douglas decides to go straight. Getting a job as a cowhand he gives the kerchief to his new friend Ted Williams. When the rancher's daughter, the girl friend of Ted, agrees to marry the man holding the note on the ranch so he won't foreclose, Ted uses the kerchief when he robs the stage. When Ted is spotted and jailed, Johnny has a plan to return the money and clear Ted
The squaw man by Cecil B DeMille( Visual )

1 edition published in 2008 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Captain Wynnegate leaves England and heads out West after accepting the blame for embezzling charity funds though knowing that his cousin Sir Henry is guilty. After many lonely months he marries an Indian girl, Nat-U-Rich, and together they have a son
Fighters of the saddle ; plus Pursued( Visual )

1 edition published in 2016 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Fighters of the saddle: Henry Weatherby is buying up ranch land to sell as right of way for a new road. When he sends his son Dick and his nephew Pete to kick the Wayne's off their ranch, Dick rebels and joins the Wayne's in their fight against his father. Pursued: Marshall Bill Strong sees a robbery of a stagecoach and the kidnapping of an older man. He ingratiates himself with the gang, and is hoping to arrest them, but before he can, the hostage's daughter, Mary, shows up. The leader of the gang wants to have his way with her, and Marshall Strong has his work cut out for him, to free the hostage, save the girl, and arrest the gang
The Indian massacre( Visual )

1 edition published in 1916 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The progress of Western migration into Indian lands leads to conflict and tragedy. In retaliation for encroachment into their hunting grounds, an Indian war party attacks a white settlement. One of the braves kidnaps a baby to give to his wife who is mourning the death of her own child. The white mother goes to the Indian camp to look for her baby and is captured by the Indians. Despite the pleas of his rightful mother, the Indian mother refuses to return the baby. Later she has a change of heart and helps both mother and child to escape. They intercept the angry settlers, who can see that they are both unharmed, but the settlers attack the Indian camp anyway, destroying it completely and killing many of the inhabitants. In the final shot, the Indian mother mourns her baby on its tiny burial scaffold
General Custer's last fight( Visual )

1 edition published in 1912 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Directed by and starring Francis Ford as Custer, this is a very well conceived film for its time (1912). The drama builds from the powerful closeup of the Sioux Indian at the opening as he kills 2 "innocent white men" to the climatic scene of Custer, his brother and others in the calvery engulfed in heavy fire and falling in battle one by one. The last stand is the centerpiece of the film, but the events on both sides leading up to the battle are fascinating. The first part shows the slow but steady movement of settlers into Indian territory, in violation of the signed treaties. At first there is peace, but soon blood is shed and the intensity of the confrontations build as the settlers spread westward. After the Battle of Little Big Horn, the scenes show the fate of the Sioux and Sittlng Bull in particular. This film is a fascinating look at these famous events a mere 36 years after the Battle of the Little Big Horn.--Compiled from reviews in the Internet Movie Database
The sergeant( Visual )

in Undetermined and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The call of courage film by Clifford Smith( )

1 edition published in 1926 in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Eerlijk duurt het langst( Visual )

1 edition published in 1920 in Dutch and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The Arizona Kid( Visual )

1 edition published in 1929 in Undetermined and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

While Roy and Gabby are visiting friends in Missouri, the Civil War breaks out. A local gang, Val McBride and his Rebel Raiders, are killing, looting, and creating a bad reputation for the Conferate Army, and Roy and Gabby set out to stop them
A Modern knight( Visual )

and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

 
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Alternative Names
Acord, Artemus 1890-1931

Acord, Artumus 1890-1931

Art Acord acteur américain

Art Acord Amerikaans acteur (1890-1931)

Art Acord amerikansk skådespelare

Art Acord amerikansk skodespelar

Art Acord amerikansk skuespiller

Art Acord amerykański aktor kina niemego

Art Acord attore cinematografico statunitense

Art Acord Silent film actor, stuntman, ranch hand

Art Acord US-amerikanischer Stummfilm-Schauspieler und Rodeo-Champion

آرت اکورد بازیگر آمریکایی

Languages
English (11)

Dutch (1)