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The Gun Packer

The Gun Packer
Directed by John Ford
Written by Harry Carey
Karl R. Coolidge
John Ford
Starring Ed Jones
Pete Morrison
Cinematography John W. Brown
Release date(s) 24 May 1919
Running time 20 minutes
Country United States
Language Silent
English intertitles

The Gun Packer is a 1919 American short Western film directed by John Ford.[1]

Production

Filming began on March 25, 1919 under the working title Out Wyoming Way. Just two months later, The Gun Packer was released by Universal Studios as a 20-minute silent film on two reels.[2] This film was reissued in August 1924.

Plot

A reformed outlaw enlists the aid of his former gunslinging companions to defend a small shepherd community from domineering cattle barons.

Cast

  • Ed Jones as Sandy McLoughlin
  • Pete Morrison as "Pearl Handle" Wiley
  • Magda Lane as Rose McLoughlin
  • Jack Woods as Pecos Smith
  • Hoot Gibson as Gang Leader
  • Jack Walters as Brown
  • Duke R. Lee as Buck Landers
  • Howard Enstaedt as Bobby McLoughlin

See also

References

External links

  • Internet Movie Database
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