The Squaw Man 1914

 

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In this dialogue-free film, to save his family from disgrace, Capt. James Wynnegate (Dustin Farnum) takes the blame when his brother, Sir Henry (Monroe Salisbury), embezzles from a charitable fund. Relocating to America, James purchases a ranch in Wyoming and marries Nat-u-ritch (Red Wing), a Native American woman. After the birth of the couple’s son, James is startled by the arrival of Lady Diana (Winifred Kingston), his brother’s wife, who informs him that the villainous Henry is dead.
Initial release: February 15, 1914
Directors: Cecil B. DeMille, Oscar Apfel
Box office: 244,700 USD
Art director: Wilfred Buckland
Screenplay: Cecil B. DeMille, Oscar Apfel, Edwin Milton Royle

Stars: Dustin Farnum, Monroe Salisbury, Winifred Kingston

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Author: Old Boy

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