Hurricane's Gal

The Soul Seeker (Working title), The Sea Tigress (Working title)

Directed by: Allen Holubar, USA, 1922

USA, 1922
Plakatmotiv Hurricane's Gal, © Holubar Pictures


Cast and Credits

Production Allen Holubar Pictures
Distribution Associated First National Pictures, Incorporated
Associated First National Pictures, Incorporated [(France)]
Producer Allen Holubar
Production Manager James O'Shea
Unit / Location Manager James O'Shea
Director Allen Holubar
Assistant Director Harold S. Bucquet
Scenario Allen Holubar
Max Abramson [(titles)]
Story Harvey Gates
Director of Photography Byron Haskin
William C. McGann [(as William McGann)]
Dal Clawson
Camera Assistant Frank Kesson
Editor Frank Lawrence
Frank Lawrence [(Assistant ?)]
Art Director Jack Okey [Art and technical director]
Art Department Thomas Little [Property superintendent]
Thomas Little [Property manager]
Costume Design Thomas Little [Wardrobe mistress]
Buchhaltung Thomas Little
Cast Dorothy Phillips [Lola]
Robert Ellis [Steele O'Connor]
Wallace Beery [Chris Borg]
James O. Barrows [Cap'n Danny]
Gertrude Astor [Phyllis Fairfield]
Willie Fung [Sing (as William Fong)]
Jack Donovan [Lieutenant Grant]
Frances Raymond [Mrs. Fairfield]
Eliot Howe jr. [Ten months old child]

Technical specifications
Category: Feature Film
Technical Details: Format: 35 mm, 1:1,33 - Ratio: 1:1,33 - Black and White,, 7944 feet, 8 reels
Sound System: silent
First Screening: July 1922 in USA
US Copyright: July 25, 1922 - ©LP.18090
Survival Status: Prints of this picture exist [Archiv: Archives Du Film Du CNC (Bois d'Arcy), Gosfilmofond of Russia (Moscow), Cineteca Italiana (Milano)]
Szenenphoto aus Hurricane's Gal, © Holubar Pictures

Szenenphoto aus Hurricane's Gal, © Holubar Pictures
Szenenphoto aus Hurricane's Gal, © Holubar Pictures

General Information

Hurricane's Gal is a motion picture produced in the year 1922 as a USA production. The Film was directed by Allen Holubar, with Dorothy Phillips, Robert Ellis, Wallace Beery, James O. Barrows, Gertrude Astor, in the leading parts. We have currently no synopsis of this picture on file; There are no reviews of Hurricane's Gal available.

Szenenphoto aus Hurricane's Gal, © Holubar Pictures

Bibliography - Camera! January 14, 1922, pg 6
- Camera! April 15, 1922, pg 17
- Camera! April 22, 1922, pp 6, 8
- Camera! May 27, 1922, pg 18
- Camera! August 12, 1922, pg 14
- Close-Up, Los Angeles, January 20, 1922, pg 11
- Exhibitors Trade Review, July 29, 1922, pg 58
- Exhibitors Trade Review, August 5, 1922, pg 725
- The Morning Telegraph, New York, July 30, 1922
- Picture Play Magazine, October 1923, pg 94
- Pictures and Picturegoer, August 1925, pg 62
- Variety, July 28, 1922, pg 33
- Visual Education, September 1922, pp 339-340
- Wid's Film Daily, Daily, July 30, 1932, pg 2

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