The Pride of Angry Bear (1913)

After the treaty of peace, the old Indian chief, Angry Bear, consents to visit the post and establish friendly relations with the soldiers and settlers. He is given an escort of troops and ... See full summary »

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George Melford
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Cast

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Carlyle Blackwell ... Jim Lance - a Prospector
Francelia Billington ... Menote - Daughter of Angry Bear
William H. West ... Angry Bear - the Indian Chief
Paul Hurst ... Colonel Wright - U.S. Cavalry
Jane Wolfe
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After the treaty of peace, the old Indian chief, Angry Bear, consents to visit the post and establish friendly relations with the soldiers and settlers. He is given an escort of troops and received in style. During his stay at the post the Colonel's daughter is married to a young soldier and Angry Bear is greatly impressed by the ceremony. The time for his departure arrives and he returns to his camp, where he extols the hospitality of his white brothers. Some time later a prospector, sick and exhausted, makes his way to the Indian camp and is tenderly cared for by the Chief's daughter. As the days pass he gains strength and determines to renew his search for gold. But he has fallen in love with the Indian girl, and she with him. Feeling that Angry Bear will not give his consent, the young people surreptitiously take their leave. An Indian brave, detecting the flight of the couple, informs Angry Bear, who immediately sends a party in pursuit. After many ineffectual attempts to throw ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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Short | Adventure

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

29 January 1913 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Glendale, California, USA

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Production Co:

Kalem Company See more »
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Sound Mix:

Silent

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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This offering was taken along some quiet stream
16 July 2017 | by deickemeyerSee all my reviews

A picture that, as a whole, is fresh and presents a new interest; it also has freshly pleasing backgrounds. This comes from its idea and its new scenario and not from its treatment, for there is much in its scenes that gives us the impression that we have seen it before. This shortcoming is noticeable in nearly all makes of pictures and comes largely from the fact that we see so many from the same studios; it will not be so apparent to the occasional spectator. This offering was taken along some quiet stream and some of its scenes are lovely. In its showing of Indian character, it gets over very well, although that carrying of the Indian heroine by her white lover made some uncomplimentary laughter. Such incidents are only for the gallery. William West is commendable as the Indian chief and Francellia Billington is most engaging as his daughter. - The Moving Picture World, February 15, 1913


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