"A story of romance and adventure in a picturesque little Cape Breton fishing village".

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... (as Edward Phillips)
Betty Bouton
... (as Edward Lawrence)
America Chedister
James W. Maddin ... (as Major Maddin)
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"A story of romance and adventure in a picturesque little Cape Breton fishing village".

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Adventure | Romance

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15 November 1922 (Canada)  »

Also Known As:

The Sea Riders  »

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1.33 : 1
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"In Sydney, Nova Scotia, several local businessmen had financed the establishment of the Maritime Motion Picture Company of Canada in March 1920. 'A Ten Day's Trip Through New Brunswick' and 'Port au Basque' travelogues photographed by H.B. McNeil, were the company's first productions in 1921. Their first dramatic feature, 'Big Timber' (later retitled 'Clansmen of the North') was directed by American John W. Noble and starred Richard C. Travers but was never released. The company was dissolved in 1924" - Embattled Shadows: A History of Canadian Cinema, 1895-1939 See more »

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