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The Golden Stallion (1927)

Passed  |   |  Action, Drama, Western  |  15 January 1927 (USA)
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The search for a lost gold mine hinges on a secret branded onto the neck of a great horse, White Fury.



(original story and screenplay) (as Karl Krusada) , (original story and scenario) (as William Lester)
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Complete credited cast:
Maurice 'Lefty' Flynn ...
Joe Bonomo ...
Ewart Garth
Molly Malone ...
Joan Forsythe
Tom London ...
Jules La Roux
Burr McIntosh ...
Elmer Kendall
Josef Swickard ...
Jay J. Bryan ...
Ann Small ...
White Fury the Horse ...
The Golden Stallion
Billy Franey ...
Stage Driver
Bert De Marc ...


The first serial Nat Levine produced was "The Silent Flyer", which was distributed by Universal Pictures. "The Golden Stallion" was the first serial that carried the Mascot Pictures logo, as Levine figured out he could make more money distributing his films through the states-rights system himself. This one has good guy Wynne Kendall (Maurice 'Lefty' Flynn) and bad guy Ewart Garth (Joe Bonomo)searching for the secret clue to a fabulous gold mine. But first, they have to capture a wild horse named "White Fury" as the clue is branded on his neck. It only took 10 chapters to get there. Written by Les Adams <>

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Action | Drama | Western






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15 January 1927 (USA)  »

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Although some modern sources state the production and distribution company was Mascot Pictures, it was actually Nat Levine Productions (see The Reel Journal, issue of November 13, 1926, pg. 8 and Motion Picture News, issue of January 7, 1927 page 37). Mascot Pictures was not formed until July of 1927 (see Motion Picture News, issue of July 22, 1927, pg. 188). See more »

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