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Roaring action- A struggle to save an innocent man from the gallows! Crackling with suspense up to the final fade out! Climaxed by a sensational train wreck! (Print Ad- Sea Cliff News, ((Sea Cliff, NY)) 6 April 1929)
A train engineer and his fireman are best friends, until the engineer breaks up a romance between his... See more » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Monte Blue ... Monte

Edna Murphy ... Edna

Grant Withers ... Bill

Lucy Beaumont ... Mrs. Williams - Bill's Mother
Ernest Shields ... Limpy (as Ernie Shields)
Lew Harvey ... The Rat
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Scott Seaton ... Judge (uncredited)

Directed by
Howard Bretherton 
Writing credits
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Anthony Coldeway  scenario
Albert S. Howson  story
Joseph Jackson  titles
Robert Lord  dialogue

Cinematography by
Ben F. Reynolds 

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1.37 : 1 See more »
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Vitaphone (Western Electric Sound System) | Silent (alternate version)

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Vitaphone production reels #2951-2957See more »


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