The Covered Wagon1923
"The Covered Wagon" (also known as "Pionieri, I") is an Adventure/Romance/Western film directed by James Cruze, and written by Jack Cunningham (adaptation), released on March 16 of 1923 in the USA . J. Warren Kerrigan and Lois Wilson are starring, alongside Alan Hale, Ernest Torrence, Tully Marshall and Ethel Wales.
The cowards never started: - The weak died on the way.
Who directed "The Covered Wagon":
The Covered Wagon was directed by James Cruze, an American director, producer, actor, and writer.
Before The Covered Wagon, James Cruze had directed Crazy to Marry, released in 1921, Gasoline Gus (1921), The Dollar-a-Year Man (1921), Leap Year (1921), The Fast Freight (1921). Since, he directed Hollywood, released in 1923, The City That Never Sleeps (1924), Old Ironsides (1926), The Mating Call (1928), The Duke Steps Out (1929), and The Great Gabbo (1929).
When was "The Covered Wagon" released:
The Covered Wagon was first released in the United States on Friday, March 16, 1923.. This was ninety-six (96) years ago.
It has been released on 1925 in Germany.
Who is at the casting of "The Covered Wagon":
At the casting of The Covered Wagon we find J. Warren Kerrigan, previously seen in Samson (1914); Lois Wilson (Manslaughter (1922), Miss Lulu Bett (1921)); Alan Hale (Robin Hood (1922), The Trap (1922)) [ more... ]
- Guy Oliver and J. Warren Kerrigan, Lois Wilson, Alan Hale, Charles Ogle also worked together in Hollywood, released in 1923.
- Guy Oliver and Lois Wilson, Ethel Wales, Charles Ogle can all be seen in Manslaughter, released in 1922.
- Lois Wilson, Ethel Wales and Charles Ogle also worked together in Miss Lulu Bett, released in 1921.
- Guy Oliver and Tully Marshall, Charles Ogle can all be seen in The Whispering Chorus, released in 1918.
- Tully Marshall, Charles Ogle and Guy Oliver also worked together in Old Wives for New, released in 1918.
- Tully Marshall, Charles Ogle and Guy Oliver have all also be seen in The Squaw Man, released in 1918.
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