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The Red Ace (1917)

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Cast overview:
Marie Walcamp ...
Virginia Dixon
Lawrence Peyton ...
Sergeant Sidney Winthrop (as Larry Peyton)
L.M. Wells ...
Pierre Fouchard
Bobbie Mack ...
Patrick Kelly, Messenger (as Bobby Mack)
Charles Brinley ...
Steele Heffern
Harry Archer ...
Dr. Hertzman
Noble Johnson ...
Little Bear
Yvette Mitchell ...
Red Fawn
Nellie Allen ...
Bertha Schriver
Miriam Shelby ...
Kate
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22 October 1917 (USA)  »

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O Ás de Oiros  »

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The 36 Year Old Noble Johnson
1 May 2002 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

Although this film was not inspiring, the 36 year old Noble Johnson took a leaf out of D.W. Griffith's book by founding his own production company titled Lincoln Motion Picture Company to produce his own films. He never received the same recognition as Chaplin, but was a pioneer none the less.


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