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Tom Mills
Tony the Horse ...
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Concha Deane
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Ricardo Deane
Ralph Sipperly ...
Jerry Shanks
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Cyrus Dean (as William Walling)
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Ellen Bardin
Carl Miller ...
Ed Bardin
Duke R. Lee ...
Joe Navardo (as Duke Lee)
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From Plains To Trenches In a Drama of Action and Thrills

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Western

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5 December 1926 (USA)  »

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Der Schrecken der Farmer  »

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The Canyon of Light (1926) - Lost ?
29 March 2016 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Tom Mills's ( Tom Mix ) buddy, Ricardo Deane ( Barry Norton ), is killed in France during the war, and after the war Tom is invited to visit Deane's family on the Mexican border. There he discovers that Ed Bardin, Deane's brother-in-law, has been unfaithful to his wife, and that he is a bandit, posing as Tom. Following a stage holdup, a runaway rescue, a near hanging, a rodeo, and cliff and river riding, the gang is captured and Tom wins the heart of Concha ( Dorothy Dwan ), his buddy's sister.

This 1926 silent western/drama was produced by the Fox Film Corporation, starring Tom Mix. It was filmed on location in Glenwood Springs, Colorado, and Mix's movie production crew spent three weeks filming in the summer of 1926 and producing two films there, The Canyon of Light. and The Great K&A Train Robbery. Sadly the Canyon of Light may now be a lost silent film.


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