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Strong Boy
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Mary McGregor
J. Farrell MacDonald ...
Angus McGregor
Clyde Cook ...
Pete
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Wilbur Watkins (as Kent Sanderson)
Douglas Scott ...
Wobby
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Slim
Tom Wilson ...
Baggage master
Eulalie Jensen ...
Queen of Lisonia
David Torrence ...
Railroad president
Dolores Johnson ...
Prima donna
Robert Ryan ...
Baggage Man
Jack Pennick ...
Baggage man
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LOVE makes a Baggage-smasher move heaven and earth!

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3 March 1929 (USA)  »

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Still Lost
28 May 2016 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Strong Boy ( Victor McLaglen ), a baggage handler in a railroad station, saves the child of a railroad vice president from being crushed by a trunk and is promoted to the head of the lost-and-found department. Mary McGregor ( Leatrice Joy ), his sweetheart, becomes disgusted and walks out on him. Strong Boy later returns a pearl necklace to a movie star and is again promoted, this time to the position of fireman on the locomotive of which Mary's father is the engineer. Strong Boy prevents a holdup and is forgiven by Mary, whom he marries.

This silent 1929 comedy/drama was produced by the Fox Film Corporation, directed by John Ford, starred Victor McLaglen and Leatrice Joy. Strong Boy was a silent film with a synchronized music track. Sadly it still remains a lost film.


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