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Cast

Credited cast:
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Wing Foot
Julie Carter ...
Corn Blossom (as Gladys Belmont)
Tully Marshall ...
Navajo Jim
George Regas ...
Notani (as George Rigas)
Noble Johnson ...
Pueblo Jim
Jane Novak ...
Judith Stearns
Larry Steers ...
John Walton
Augustina López ...
Grandmother Yina (as Augustina Lopez)
Bernard Siegel ...
Chahi - the medicine man
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Jack Padjan ...
Barrett (as Jack Duane)
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23 February 1929 (USA)  »

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Rothaut  »

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$472,000 (estimated)
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1.33 : 1
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A copy of this film survives in the Library of Congress. See more »

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Referenced in Ratskin (1929) See more »

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Redskin
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Music by J.S. Zamecnik
Sung during the opening credits by an unidentified female singer
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Trivia
25 October 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

"Redskin" is included in a four disk 48 film set assembled by the National Film Preservation Foundation entitled "Treasures III: Social Issues in American Film 1900-1934", which is available from Amazon.com and others.

In addition to being Paramount's last silent picture and their first color film (using two strip Technicolor), 'Redskin' was also partially filmed using an early 70mm process called Magnascope (see http://www.moviediva.com/MD_root/reviewpages/MDRedskin.htm)

"Magnascope was a special projection technology that used a wide angle, 3 1/2 inch lens to project a dramatically enlarged image (30 by 40 feet) on a screen that was twice the size of the standard Rivoli screen (15 by 20 feet). Non-Magnascope portions of "Old Ironsides" were projected with a 7-inch lens. An illusion of gradual image enlargement was produced by the movement of black masking on the top, bottom, and sides of the screen to reveal more and more of the enlarged projected image." (http://www.in70mm.com/newsletter/1999/59/rivoli/theatre.htm) ...however the aspect ratio of Magnascope was still 4:3.

The first and only road that serves as the access to the top of Acoma Pueblo's 370' Mesa was constructed in 1929 by the Paramount Famous Lasky Corporation for this production.


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