Grey Eagle's Last Stand (1914)

Major Wells, commandant at Fort Johnston, sends his son, Tom, a private in his command, to Colonel Grey, in command of the troops stationed in the territory, requesting leave of absence. ... See full summary »

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Frank Montgomery
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Cast overview:
Big Moon Big Moon ... Grey Eagle - an Indian Chief
Eagle Feather Eagle Feather ... Two Horses - an Indian Brave
Mona Darkfeather ... Wanoka - Two Horses' Daughter (as Princess Mona Darkfeather)
Artie Ortego ... Strong Heart - Wanoka's Lover (as Art Ortega)
Rex Downs Rex Downs ... Colonel Grey
J. Gunnis Davis J. Gunnis Davis ... Major Wells (as James Davis)
Charles Bartlett ... Tom Wells - the Major's Son
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Major Wells, commandant at Fort Johnston, sends his son, Tom, a private in his command, to Colonel Grey, in command of the troops stationed in the territory, requesting leave of absence. Believing this will be granted, Major Wells departs from the post. Wanoka, an Indian maid, refuses to marry Chief Grey Eagle and is driven from the tribe. Her lover, Strong Heart, is helpless to aid her. Shortly afterward, Wanoka falls from a cliff and is injured. Tom comes upon Wanoka. He helps her to the cabin of a settler. Tom reaches Colonel Grey's post and presents his father's request. Because of the ugly attitude of Grey Eagle and his tribe, Colonel Grey declines to grant Major Wells a leave of absence. On his way back, Tom discovers that the Indians have gone on the warpath. He warns the settlers. Wanoka aids the people who have befriended her, in their dash for Fort Johnston. The whites arrive at the post in the nick of time. In the confusion, the troopers neglect to close the gates of the ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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Genres:

Short | Western

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

22 April 1914 (USA) See more »

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Kalem Company See more »
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Sound Mix:

Silent

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Full of thrills and dead Indians
30 July 2018 | by deickemeyerSee all my reviews

This two-part picture is full of thrills and dead Indians. Major Wells sends his son, a private, to Colonel Grey, in command of the troops stationed in his territory, asking leave of absence as his wife is ill and he wishes to go to her. Believing his request will be granted the Major starts for home with an escort. The complications which follow each other makes this a gripping picture. The photography is splendid and the acting is adequate in all respects. - The Moving Picture World, May 9, 1914


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