The Terror (1917)

Chuck Connelly discovers his sister in a compromising situation with a gunman and kills the man. Two private detectives connect him with the crime. Later, the members of the protected ... See full summary »

Director:

Raymond Wells

Writers:

Fred Myton (scenario), Raymond Wells (scenario)
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Cast

Cast overview:
Jack Mulhall ... Chuck Connelly
Grace MacLaren Grace MacLaren ... Maggie Connelly
Virginia Lee Virginia Lee ... Annie Mangan
Malcolm Blevins Malcolm Blevins ... Jim Canford
Hugh Hoffman Hugh Hoffman ... Jerome Travers
Noble Johnson ... Mike Tregurtha
Jean Hersholt ... Jimm, the Dope
Evelyn Selbie ... Mrs. Connelly
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Chuck Connelly discovers his sister in a compromising situation with a gunman and kills the man. Two private detectives connect him with the crime. Later, the members of the protected organization to which the man belonged, attempt to kill Chuck, but he kills three of them and the detectives help him make a getaway. They then force Chuck with threats of the electric chair to kill a reformer who has been upsetting the organization. Chuck then becomes a regular member of the gang. Chuck falls in love with Annie Mangan, who is persuaded to go to the Salvation Army home. Chuck comes to the dancehall looking for her and is told that she has joined the Salvation Army. The new District Attorney is pounding the graft organizations. Word is passed to the gunmen to get him. Chuck goes to the District Attorney's house to threaten him, and is taken aback when the District Attorney's three-year-old daughter leans trustfully on his knee and looks up into his face with a smile. He goes to the ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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Genres:

Drama | Crime

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

12 February 1917 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

El terror See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Silent

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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The 36 Year Old Noble Johnson
26 April 2002 | by The NovelistSee all my reviews

Although I didn't enjoy this particular film, I'm actually becoming a fan of the 36 year old Noble Johnson. He was a contemporary of Charles Chaplin, and flew the banner for the marginalized community. He would eventually set up his own production company.


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