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Film, Video Lash of the whip

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About this Item

Title

  • Lash of the whip

Summary

  • "'Hurricane' Smith, head of a steamship company, plots to keep the railroad from entering the city. The map of the proposed route becomes the instrument by which Blake and Florence are harrassed by Smith's gang and repeatedly are rescued by 'Pinto Pete,' who is adept with a whip."--AFI catalog.

Names

  • Wilson, Ben, 1876-1930, film producer
  • Ford, Francis, 1882-1953, film director, screenwriter, actor
  • Dearholt, Ashton, actor
  • Baker, Frank, 1892-1980, actor
  • Ben Wilson Productions, production company
  • Arrow Film Corporation, film distributor, copyright claimant

Created / Published

  • United States : Arrow Film Corporation, 1924.

Headings

  • -  Whips
  • -  Railroads

Genre

  • Western films
  • Silent films
  • Feature films
  • Fiction films

Notes

  • -  LP20519 U.S. Copyright Office
  • -  Intertitles in English.
  • -  Copyright: Arrow Film Corp.; 15Aug24; LP20519.
  • -  Ashton Dearholt, Frank Baker, Harry Dunkinson, Florence Gilbert.
  • -  Sources used: AFI catalog, viewed online December 4, 2023; Copyright catalog, motion pictures, 1912-1939, p. 457.

Medium

  • 1 video file (digital) (approximately 46 min.) : si., b&w.

Source Collection

  • Jon C. Mirsalis Collection (Library of Congress)

Digital Id

Library of Congress Control Number

  • 2023600652

Online Format

  • image
  • video

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Chicago citation style:

Wilson, Ben, Film Producer, Francis Ford, Ashton Dearholt, Frank Baker, and Film Distributor Arrow Film Corporation. Lash of the Whip. produceds by Ben Wilson Productionsuction Company United States: Arrow Film Corporation, 1924. Video. https://www.loc.gov/item/2023600652/.

APA citation style:

Wilson, B., Ford, F., Dearholt, A., Baker, F. & Arrow Film Corporation, F. D. (1924) Lash of the Whip. Ben Wilson Productionsuction Company, prod United States: Arrow Film Corporation. [Video] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2023600652/.

MLA citation style:

Wilson, Ben, Film Producer, et al. Lash of the Whip. prod by Ben Wilson Productionsuction Company United States: Arrow Film Corporation, 1924. Video. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/2023600652/>.