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The Green Archer (1925 serial)

The Green Archer
Directed by Spencer Gordon Bennet
Written by Frank Leon Smith
Based on novel The Green Archer by Edgar Wallace
Starring Allene Ray
Walter Miller
Distributed by Pathé Exchange
Release dates
  • December 6, 1925 (1925-12-06)
Running time
10 episodes
Country United States
Language Silent

The Green Archer is a ten part 1925 American mystery film serial directed by Spencer Gordon Bennet.[1] [2] It is based on Edgar Wallace's bestselling novel of the same name. [3]

The first episode is titled "The Ghost of Bellamy Castle", and the final one is "The Smoke Clears Away". [4] Cinematographer Stanley Cortez had one of his earliest jobs as assistant cameraman on the serial. [5] The poster had the tagline "The foreboding shadow of the grim Archer - the twang of the bow - and green feathered Death speeds to its mark!" [6]

Plot

A mysterious green archer prowls the grounds of a mediaeval Castle, helping a reporter expose the criminal secrets of its reclusive millionaire owner.

Cast

  • Allene Ray as Valerie Howett
  • Walter Miller as Jim Featherstone
  • Burr McIntosh as Abel Bellamy
  • Frank Lackteen as Julius Savini
  • Dorothy King as Gay Savini
  • Stephen Grattan as Walter Howett
  • William R. Randall as John Wood
  • Walter P. Lewis as Cold Harbor Smith
  • Wally Oettel as Spike Holland
  • Tom Cameron as Butler
  • Jack Tanner as Creager

See also

References

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