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Silent with live musical accompaniment by Stephen Horne

100th Anniversary
Inspired by the tales of Alexandre Dumas, young Kansan Douglas Fairbanks heads west to seek his fortune, keeping an eye out for any damsels in distress. In Arizona, he finds his calling, first helping out some New York society folk with their car trouble, including "Park Avenue flapper" Marjorie Daw, and later defending them from a gang of outlaws masquerading as Indians. Action-oriented director Allan Dwan gets the most out of Fairbanks, finding ample opportunity for the star to run, jump and climb around the picturesque locations of Grand Canyon and Canyon de Chelly national parks. DIR/SCR Allan Dwan, from the story "D'Artagnan of Kansas" by E.P. Lyle, Jr.; PROD Douglas Fairbanks. U.S., 1917, b&w, 68 min. NOT RATED

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68 Minutes


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