All of those handsome young men in their flying machines are billeted in a field next to the Widow Berthelot's farmhouse in France. Her daughter Jeannine is curious about the young men ... See full summary »
In 1840, Sam Lash heads west for adventure. He meets up with some Mountain Men, and they head for the Rockies to trap beavers and cats. In Taos he meets Lola, a beautiful Mexican girl from ... See full summary »
This film was nearing completion when The Jazz Singer (1927) was released, so at the last minute, dialogue was written for Gary Cooper and Nancy Carroll. The last scene was a wedding and the only lines of dialogue spoken in the film are Cooper's, "I do," and Carroll's, "I do." In addition, Carroll is heard singing the theme song. See more »
Cooper falls in love with a girl before being shipped overseas to war. He had only seven lines in the film because it was released as a talkie for commercial reasons. It was the age when silent films were gradually being phased out and replaced by sound pictures.
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