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Daniel Boone Thru the Wilderness (1926)

Passed  -  Adventure | History | Romance  -  1 May 1926 (USA)
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In pre-revolutionary war days, Daniel Boone captures the white renegade Simon Gerty but lets him go. After Boone moves from North Carolina to homestead in Kentucky, Gerty reappears. This ... See full summary »

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Roy Stewart ...
Kathleen Collins ...
Rebe Bryan
Edward Hearn ...
The Stranger (as Eddie Hearne)
Jay Morley ...
Simon Gerty
Frank Rice ...
Hank Vaughn
Thomas G. Lingham ...
Otis Bryan (as Thomas Lingham)
Jim O'Neill ...
Chief Grey Eagle (as James O'Neil)
Emily Gerdes ...
Mrs. Bryan (as Emile Gertes)
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Jim Bryan (as Bob Bradbury Jr.)
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In pre-revolutionary war days, Daniel Boone captures the white renegade Simon Gerty but lets him go. After Boone moves from North Carolina to homestead in Kentucky, Gerty reappears. This time Gerty kills the Chief's son saying it was a white man and this sends the Indians on the warpath. Written by Maurice VanAuken <vanauken@comcast.net>

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STIRRING PIONEER EPIC OF AMERICA (original poster - all caps)


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1 May 1926 (USA)  »

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