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Law or Loyalty (1926)

Davis French, a stalwart member of the Northwest Mounted Police, is ordered to the coast and is therefore unable to keep an appointment to be married with his sweetheart, Jean Dupres. He ... See full summary »

Director:

Lawson Harris

Writers:

Robert Walker (story), Lois Zellner (adaptation)

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Cast

Cast overview:
Lawson Harris Lawson Harris ... Pierre Santei
Dolores Dorian Dolores Dorian ... Jeanne Dupre
Robert Walker ... Davis French
Dick Sutherland ... Timber Wolf
James Steven James Steven ... Grandpa Dupre (as James Stevens)
Buddy Duey Buddy Duey ... Little Pierre
Ray Brooks Ray Brooks ... Captain Thorne
Thomas Price Thomas Price ... Judge Gary
George Fox George Fox ... Pete Jones
Steve Ludlow Steve Ludlow ... John Martin
Bert Tracy Bert Tracy ... Blimey (as Bertram Tracey)
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Storyline

Davis French, a stalwart member of the Northwest Mounted Police, is ordered to the coast and is therefore unable to keep an appointment to be married with his sweetheart, Jean Dupres. He writes to her, but she does not receive the letter. She arrives at the appointed meeting place, alone and broke, and must accept the hospitality of a despicable character known only as the "Timber Wolf." When Timber Wolf attacks Jean in her cabin, Pierre Santoi, a fine fellow who has fallen in love with her, kills him with a knife. Pierre takes to the woods and meets up with Davis, an old friend, who reluctantly arrests him. Davis takes Pierre back to stand trial and is instrumental in obtaining a verdict of justifiable homicide; Davis is reunited with Jean, and Pierre sets out for the white frontier. Written by Pamela Short

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Genres:

Adventure

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

5 January 1926 (USA) See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Silent

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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