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Annie Laurie ()


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The story of the famous battle between the Scots clans of Macdonald and Campbell, and the young woman who comes between them, Annie Laurie.

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Annie Laurie
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Ian Macdonald
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Donald
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Alastair
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The MacDonald Chieftain
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Enid
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Sandy
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The Campbell Chieftain
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Sir Robert Laurie
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Cameron of Lochiel
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One of the MacDonalds (uncredited)
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First Midwife (uncredited)
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Baby (uncredited)
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King's Representative (uncredited)
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Second Midwife (uncredited)
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Extra (uncredited)

Directed by

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John S. Robertson

Written by

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Marian Ainslee ... (titles)
 
Ruth Cummings ... (titles)
 
Josephine Lovett ... (screenplay)
 
Josephine Lovett ... (story)

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William Axt ... (uncredited)
David Mendoza ... (uncredited)

Cinematography by

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Oliver T. Marsh

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William Hamilton

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Cedric Gibbons
Merrill Pye

Costume Design by

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André-ani

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Milton Brown ... still photographer (uncredited)
Ruth Harriet Louise ... still photographer (uncredited)

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Taglines A Thundering Drama of Scottish Highlands! A Spectacle of Never Ending Wonder! You'll Love it as You Love the Song! (Print Ad- Cortland Democrat, ((Cortland, NY)) 30 March 1928) See more »
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Also Known As
  • Le signal de feu (France)
  • Annie Laurie - Ein Heldenlied vom Hochland (Germany)
  • Sangre escocesa (Spain)
  • Энни Лори (Soviet Union, Russian title)
  • Feudalismo (Peru)
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  • 90 min
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Budget $916,000 (estimated)

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Trivia In 1987, a film collector donated a copy of this film to the Oregon Historical Society which then gave the film to the Library of Congress for restoration. See more »

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