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The Return of Grey Wolf (1926)

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A man traveling through a small western town meets a girl who is the daughter of the local land agent. To please her, he buys a parcel of land from her father. Then he finds himself ... See full summary »

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Leader the Dog ...
Grey Wolf aka Long Tail
James Pierce ...
Louis LaRue
Helen Lynch ...
Jean St. Claire
Walter Shumway ...
Gaston Pacot
Edward Coxen ...
Charles Hendrickson - Owner of Trading Post
Lionel Belmore ...
Jacques St. Claire
Whitehorse ...
Abe Hawkins
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A man traveling through a small western town meets a girl who is the daughter of the local land agent. To please her, he buys a parcel of land from her father. Then he finds himself involved in a plot to cheat him out of his land. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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I Didn't Even Know He Was Gone
22 January 2010 | by (New York City) – See all my reviews

An OK entry into the "We've Got a German Shepherd, Let's Make a Rin-Tin-Tin Movie" competition, as Leader the Dog helps newly-blinded Quebecois trapper James Pierce recover his prime furs from dastardly Walter Shumway and thus win the hand of the fair Helen Lynch.

There is some nice photography, including shots of what purport to be the Canadian Rockies, and Leader is a dog with a few nice acting tricks, like looking very shy. Also the whole story is framed in a cute way as the principals show up for a wedding and his old pals ask where he's been -- these are all dogs. This leads us into the story, as outlined above.

The problem, as with many of these animal actor movies, is they didn't get top notch human actors. Oh, Shumway is fine, as is Whitehorse as the comic relief. It's just that James Pierce is not very good. He reacts to going blind like Red Skelton drinking Guzzler's Gin or Lucille Ball demonstrating Vitameatavegemin.

But the rest of the movie is fine, and the print I saw was in pretty good shape.


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