Aurora of the North (1914)

The story opens when a party of Indian trappers bring the news to the fur trader that a stranger, a white man, is hunting in their territory. Soon afterward the stranger, unaware that he is... See full summary »

Director:

Lloyd Ingraham
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Cast

Cast overview:
Robert Z. Leonard ... The Stranger
Hazel Buckham ... Aurora - the Fur Trader's Daughter
John Carter John Carter ... The Fur Trader
Allan Forrest
Camille Astor ... The Nurse
Helen Case
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The story opens when a party of Indian trappers bring the news to the fur trader that a stranger, a white man, is hunting in their territory. Soon afterward the stranger, unaware that he is transgressing the traditional rights of the trader, is captured and brought to the post. Aurora, the trader's motherless daughter, has been raised to womanhood at the post and has associated with few people other than redskins. At her first meeting with the stranger she is deeply impressed. Their acquaintance soon ripens into love. The trader does not know exactly what to do with the poacher, and so holds him at the post. The stranger attempts to obtain a gun, some matches and a knife, that he may leave. His attempts are unsuccessful. The trader finally decides that the stranger's punishment shall consist of being turned out in the trackless forest without food or weapons. Aurora learns of her father's designs. To save the stranger she spirits a gun, knife and matches and gives them to the stranger... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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Short | Drama

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

7 May 1914 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Silent

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Not free from improbabilities
11 August 2018 | by deickemeyerSee all my reviews

A two-reel number, written by Lloyd Ingraham, with Robert Leonard and Hazel Buckham in the cast. The plot concerns a young trapper, apprehended on the trader's territory. He is sent off without food, matches or a gun into the wilderness, but the girl befriends him. The photography is somewhat blurred in numerous scenes. The story itself, while not free from improbabilities, is fairly entertaining. - The Moving Picture World, May 23, 1914


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