The Scarlet West (1925)

Cardelanche, the son of an Indian chief, returns from the East to find himself rejected by his own people. He is made captain of the U.S. army when he saves a detachment of cavalry from a ... See full summary »

Director:

John G. Adolfi

Writers:

Arch Heath (story) (as A.B. Heath), Anthony Paul Kelly

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Cast

Credited cast:
Robert Frazer ... Cardelanche
Clara Bow ... Miriam
Robert Edeson ... Gen. Kinnard
Johnnie Walker ... Lt. Parkman
Walter McGrail ... Lt. Harper
Gaston Glass ... Capt. Howard
Helen Ferguson ... Nestina
Ruth Stonehouse ... Mrs. Custer
Martha Francis Martha Francis ... Harriet Kinnard
Florence Crawford Florence Crawford ... Mrs. Harper
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jacqueline Frazer Jacqueline Frazer ... Child
Maude Bash Haefler Maude Bash Haefler ... Wife
Jack House Jack House ... Indian Scout
Frank W. Pyle Frank W. Pyle ... Scout
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Storyline

Cardelanche, the son of an Indian chief, returns from the East to find himself rejected by his own people. He is made captain of the U.S. army when he saves a detachment of cavalry from a group of renegate Indians, and further removes himself from his race when he develops a relationship with Miriam (Bow), the daughter of the Fort Remmington commandant. Lieutenant Parkman (Walker) gets into a fight with Cardelanche when Parkman is demoted, while General Custer's troups are slaughtered by Cardelanche's people. Cardelanche decides that his true allegiance is to his own race, and gives up Miriam to return to them. Written by Kieran Kenney

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

26 July 1925 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Calvário de Amor See more »

Filming Locations:

Dolores, Colorado, USA

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Sound Mix:

Silent

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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A recently-discovered trailer for this film is being restored. The film itself is still missing, but some footage at least survives See more »

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