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Lightnin' Wins (1926)

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Gary Cooper and his dog, Lightnin', solve a crime
13 August 2012 | by (New York) – See all my reviews

Passable film made more interesting by presence of a young Gary Cooper. Cooper and his dog, Lightnin', along with an undercover Eileen Sedgwick, solve a crime. Sadly, Lightnin' is no Rin Tin Tin or Lassie. In fact, his primary talent appears to be little more than the ability to jump various hurdles. Also, Cooper isn't really called upon to do any serious acting here. He does appear to do a bit of fighting and stunt work, however. Then again, the action is sped-up and choppy, so it's possible a stand-in was used as needed. In any case, the real star of this picture is Eileen Sedgwick. All eyes are definitely on her when she is on the screen. Zalla Zarana, however, also makes an impression with her dark, mysterious eyes (she played Cleopatra in another short made this same year).


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