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The Valley of Silent Men (1922)

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Marette Radison
Lew Cody ...
Cpl. James Kent
Joe King ...
'Buck' O'Connor (as Joseph King)
Mario Majeroni ...
George Nash ...
Inspector Kedsty
Jack W. Johnston ...
Jacques Radison (as J.W. Johnston)
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10 September 1922 (USA)  »

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Hallgatás völgye  »

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Tragic Lost Silent Drama
1 July 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

This lost 1922 lost action/drama was filmed on location at Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada. All I can offer the reader is this brief synopsis and some original advertisements.

Seriously wounded in an ambush and believing himself to be near death, Corporal James Kent ( Lew Cody ) assumes the guilt for a murder apparently committed by his friend, Jacques Radison ( Jack W. Johnston ) . Nevertheless, Jacques is arrested. When adventuress Marette Radison ( Alma Rubens ) hears of his predicament, she helps him escape to her home in the Valley of Silent Men. Closely pursued by Mounties, they all arrive just in time to hear her dying father confess to three murders.

A mighty drama of the northwest, by the author of "the River's End." Thrilling and dramatic, rich in heart interest, warm with love and romance. Directed by the man who made "Humoresque." With beautiful Alma Rubens in her greatest role.

One of the real masterpieces of the screen! Created by Cosmopolitan Productions A Paramount Picture

FAMOUS PLAYERS-LASKY CORP. presents "The Valley of Silent Men" with Alma Rubens

The Valley of Silent Men remains a sad loss for silent cinema fans and historians.


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