The Great Divide (1915)

The Jordans, Phil and Ruth, accompanied by Philip's wife, Polly, and Dr. Winthrop Newbury, a suitor for Ruth's hand, bid old Mrs. Jordan good-bye at the station of Milford Corners, Mass., ... See full summary »

Director:

Edgar Lewis

Writers:

Anthony Paul Kelly (scenario) (as Anthony P. Kelly), William Vaughn Moody (play)

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Cast

Cast overview:
Ethel Clayton ... Ruth Jordan
House Peters ... Stephen Ghent
Marie Sterling Marie Sterling ... Mrs. Jordan
Hayden Stevenson ... Phil Jordan
Mary Moore Mary Moore ... Phil Jordan's Wife
Warner Richmond ... Dr. Newberry
Fred O'Beck Fred O'Beck ... Dutch (as Ferdinand O'Beck)
Ray Chamberlin Ray Chamberlin ... Pedro
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The Jordans, Phil and Ruth, accompanied by Philip's wife, Polly, and Dr. Winthrop Newbury, a suitor for Ruth's hand, bid old Mrs. Jordan good-bye at the station of Milford Corners, Mass., and depart for the west, to work over some unredeemed desert land, which was left to the Jordans by their dead father. Arriving in the west, they take up their work, but it proves anything but a success. On the brink of the Great Divide lives Stephen Ghent, an untamed and untrained man of the west, and on account of his manner is respected by the habitués of Miller's saloon and dance hall in the town, which he and two of his acquaintances in the persons of Pedro, a half-breed Mexican, and Dutch, a brutal type of the west, frequent. Polly tires of western life and jumps at the chance to take a trip to Frisco. Philip drives her down to the station that night. On an adjoining ranch a cowpuncher is seriously hurt and a boy is dispatched for Dr. Newbury. After cautioning Ruth to retire early, the doctor ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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A copy of this film survives at the British Film Institute in London. See more »

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Version of The Great Divide (1925) See more »

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Country:

USA

Language:

None | English

Release Date:

20 December 1915 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Det forjættede land See more »

Filming Locations:

Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Silent

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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