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Bride of the Storm (1926)

An American ship is wrecked off the coast of the Dutch East Indies, and little Faith Fitzhugh and her mother are washed ashore on a rocky island that supports only a lighthouse. Faith's ... See full summary »

Director:

J. Stuart Blackton

Writers:

Marian Constance Blackton, James Francis Dwyer (story "Maryland, My Maryland")
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Cast

Cast overview:
Dolores Costello ... Faith Fitzhugh
John Harron ... Dick Wayne
Otto Matieson ... Hans Kroon
Sheldon Lewis ... Piet Kroon
Tyrone Power Sr. ... Jacob Kroon (as Tyrone Power)
Julia Swayne Gordon ... Faith's Mother
Yvonne Pelletier ... Faith - age 8
Ira McFadden Ira McFadden ... Heine Krutz
Tudor Owen ... Funeral Harry
Fred Scott ... Spike Mulligan
Donald Stuart Donald Stuart ... Angus McLain
Walter Tennyson Walter Tennyson ... Ensign Clinton
Larry Steers ... Commander of U.S.S. Baltimore
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An American ship is wrecked off the coast of the Dutch East Indies, and little Faith Fitzhugh and her mother are washed ashore on a rocky island that supports only a lighthouse. Faith's mother lives only long enough to inform the three Dutch lighthouse keepers that her daughter is the heiress to a large fortune. Years pass, and Faith grows to womanhood. Jacob Kroon and his son, Piet, then conspire to marry Faith to Piet's idiot son, Hans, in order to bring her fortune into the family. Dick Wayne, a sailor on an American cruiser that is repairing a damaged cable in the waters off the lighthouse, learns of Faith's captivity and comes to her rescue. Piet kills Jacob in a fit of jealousy, and Dick then kills Piet in a fight. Hans sets the lighthouse on fire and incinerates himself. Dick and Faith make it back to the cruiser. Written by Pamela Short

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lost film | melodrama | lighthouse | See All (3) »

Genres:

Drama

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

20 February 1926 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

A Noiva da Tempestade See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Warner Bros. See more »
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Silent

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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The film appears to be among the lost films of the 1920s. See more »

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Blackton directed Warner Brothers silent
18 June 2010 | by zpzjonesSee all my reviews

Interesting that this film was directed by J. Stuart Blackton(one of the founders of Vitagraph Studios) and produced by the Warner Brothers, the then fledgling studio that bought out-or-merged with Blackton's Vitagraph. Blackton directed several silent features in the 1920s for his own company. This is his first for the new Warner Brothers regime. It stars Dolores Costello and Tyrone Power Sr.(1869-1931). Since this appears to be a lost film, a copy can't be reviewed for individual synopsis. But more than likely Blackton probably cut some 'directing' deal with the Warners before the merger of his old studio with theirs. He directs for or five more films for Warner Brothers into 1927 after "Bride of the Storm".


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