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The Blue Eagle (1926)

Passed  -  Action | Drama  -  12 September 1926 (USA)
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Complete credited cast:
George Darcy
Rose Kelly
William Russell ...
Big Tim Ryan
Margaret Livingston ...
Mrs. Mary Rohan
Robert Edeson ...
Chaplain Regan - aka Father Joe
Philip Ford ...
Limpy Darcy (as Phillip Ford)
David Butler ...
Nick 'Dizzy' Galvani
Lew Short ...
Sergeant Kelly
Ralph Sipperly ...
Slats 'Dip' Mulligan
Jerry Madden ...
Baby Tom


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Also Known As:

The Devil's Master  »

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Really odd minor Ford picture
4 October 1999 | by (Chicago) – See all my reviews

Imagine a version of What Price Glory in which the two brawlin' rivals take on a big drug dealer who has a James Bond-like lair complete with submarine. You couldn't have sold that as a blaxploitation film to AIP in the 70s-- though you might be able to sell it as a Jackie Chan movie now-- but who'd have ever thought that you could have sold it as a John Ford picture at Fox in the twenties? That's basically what this very minor but watchable Ford film is about; it might be better if the lost footage, sadly, didn't include the big naval battle scene in the middle. Gaynor is charming as the object of the rivals' affection, though this is no rival to Sunrise as a pairing of her and O'Brien.

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