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Hell-Bent for Heaven (1926)

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Sid Hunt and Jude Lowery are Carolina sweethearts but hired-hand Rufe Pryer also has his eyes on her. Rufe lies to Andy, Jude's brother, and a family-feud is started when Andy goes gunning ... See full summary »

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Jude Lowrie
John Harron ...
Sid Hunt
Gayne Whitman ...
Andy Lowrie
Gardner James ...
Rufe Pryer
Wilfrid North ...
Matt Hunt - Sid's Father
Evelyn Selbie ...
Meg Hunt - Sid's Mother
James A. Marcus ...
Dave Hunt (as James Marcus)
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Sid Hunt and Jude Lowery are Carolina sweethearts but hired-hand Rufe Pryer also has his eyes on her. Rufe lies to Andy, Jude's brother, and a family-feud is started when Andy goes gunning after Sid. But Sid quiets the drunken Andy, and is taking him home when a shot is fired from ambush and Sid's horse comes home riderless. But he shows up unhurt, and the jealous-maddened Rufe sends him on a ruse to the big dam. Rufe sets off a dynamite explosion to catch Sid in the swirling waters but Jude is the one who is caught. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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1 May 1926 (USA)  »

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Febre de Paixões  »

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Hell-Bent for Heaven opened at the Klaw Street Theater on January 4, 1924 and ran for 122 performances. See more »

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