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Captain Salvation (1927)

Passed  -  Drama | Romance  -  14 May 1927 (USA)
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A returning seminary student goes up against a small New England town when he comes to the aid of a prostitute who has been injured, despite the townspeople's calls for her to be run out of... See full summary »

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Anson Campbell
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Mary Phillips
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Bess Morgan
Ernest Torrence ...
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George Fawcett ...
Zeke Crosby
Sam De Grasse ...
Peter Campbell (as Sam de Grasse)
Jay Hunt ...
Nathan Phillips
Eugenie Besserer ...
Mrs. Buxom
Eugenie Forde ...
Mrs. Bellows
Flora Finch ...
Mrs. Snifty
James A. Marcus ...
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A returning seminary student goes up against a small New England town when he comes to the aid of a prostitute who has been injured, despite the townspeople's calls for her to be run out of town. His stand endangers his upcoming marriage and his standing in the town where he was to be a minister. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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Humanist story has great contrasts
18 April 2005 | by (Las Vegas, Nevada) – See all my reviews

"Captain Salvation" could have been a segment of "Intolerance." In 1840, faced with blind discrimination, unfounded gossip and strict religious judgment, Anson Campbell, a seminary student, retreats to the sea. There, through a series of unfortunate events, he is reborn to his faith, 'baptized' by the fallen woman who has enlightened him.

Most performances are standard, but Pauline Starke's work is excellent. George Fawcett's character, Zeke, provides some of the story transitions by being around when the transitions occur. It is a critical function in silent movies too often provided by title cards alone(in talkies, by a narrator or other dialog). Generally, this picture is very smoothly directed by John Robertson.

Cinematography by William Daniels helps this picture shine. The new orchestral score by Philip Carli (TCM induced, I think)is great.


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