Originally a Broadway play by Willard Macks, Lenore Ulric played the lead on Broadway and reprises her role for this film. At the Wutchi Wum trading post In the peaceful Loon River Valley, ... See full summary »

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Rose Bocion (Tiger Rose)
Forrest Stanley ...
Michael Devlin
Joseph J. Dowling ...
Father Thibault (as Joseph Dowling)
George Beranger ...
Pierre (as André de Beranger)
Sam De Grasse ...
Dr. Cusick
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Bruce Norton
Claude Gillingwater ...
Hector McCollins
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Originally a Broadway play by Willard Macks, Lenore Ulric played the lead on Broadway and reprises her role for this film. At the Wutchi Wum trading post In the peaceful Loon River Valley, deep in the Canadian Northwest comes a story of love, vengeance and sacrifice. Having lived at the trading post following the death of her father, Rose will soon fall in love. But when her new love is in trouble, Rose will discover that she is capable of much more than she thought in order to keep him safe. Written by Thumpersma

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9 December 1923 (USA)  »

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La tigresse  »

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A print of this film survives in the UCLA Film and Television Archives. See more »

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Referenced in Gypsy (1962) See more »

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