A Man's Country (1919)

50m
Running time

July 13, 1919
Release Date

A Man's Country

A Man's Country (1919)

50m
Running time

July 13, 1919
Release Date

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Plot.

Dance-hall queen Kate Carewe is the toast of the gold-mining camp of Huxley's Gulch. One day a minister, Ralph Bowen, arrives to "clean up" the town. He is scorned by the miners, gamblers and "loose women" of the place, especially Kate, who resents that Bowen calls her a "scarlet woman".

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Release Date
July 13, 1919

Status
Released

Running time
50m

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A Man's Country is a 1919 silent Western drama film directed by Henry Kolker, and starring Alma Rubens, Alan Roscoe, and Lon Chaney. It was written by Richard Schayer based on a screen story by John Lynch. The poster's tagline was "A forceful and spectacular drama of the primitive West in the days of the Gold Rush, when men fought hard, women lived fast and human life was cheap."

The film was considered a lost film for decades. A small fragment was discovered at the Danish Film Institute film archive in Denmark. The fragment does not contain any Chaney footage at all, however. Richard Schayer later went on to write the screenplay for Chaney's 1927 Tell It to the Marines.

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