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Silver Wings (film)

Silver Wings
Newspaper ad for the film
Directed by Edwin Carewe
John Ford
Produced by William Fox
Written by Paul Sloane
Starring Mary Carr
Lynn Hammond
Cinematography Robert Kurrle
Joseph Ruttenberg
Distributed by Fox Film Corporation
Release date(s)
Running time 90 minutes
Country United States
Language Silent

Silver Wings is a 1922 American drama film directed by Edwin Carewe and John Ford. The film is considered to be lost.[1]

Cast

  • Mary Carr as Anna Webb (prologue / play)
  • Lynn Hammond as John Webb (prologue)
  • Knox Kincaid as John (prologue)
  • Joseph Monahan as Harry (prologue)
  • Maybeth Carr as Ruth (prologue)
  • Claude Brooke as Uncle Andrews (prologue / play)
  • Robert Hazelton as The Minister (prologue)
  • Florence Short as Widow Martin (prologue)
  • May Kaiser as Her Child
  • Percy Helton as John (play)
  • Joseph Striker as Harry (play)
  • Jane Thomas as Ruth (play)
  • Roy Gordon as George Mills (play)
  • Florence Haas as Little Anna (play)
  • L. Rogers Lytton as Bank President (play) (as Roger Lytton)
  • Ernest Hilliard as Jerry Gibbs (play)

References

External links

  • Internet Movie Database
  • ; allrovi.com/synopsis
  • still from the film
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