Heroes of the Wild1927
Released in the USA on November 01 of 1927, "Heroes of the Wild" is a Western film directed by Harry S. Webb . Jack Hoxie is starring, alongside Josephine Hill, Joe Bonomo, Tornado the Dog, White Fury the Horse and Linda Loredo.
Who directed "Heroes of the Wild":
Heroes of the Wild was directed by Harry S. Webb, an American producer, director, writer, and actor.
Before Heroes of the Wild, Harry S. Webb had directed Isle of Sunken Gold, released in 1927, The Golden Stallion (1927). Since, he directed The Phantom of the North, released in 1929, The Live Wire (1935), North of Arizona (1935).
When was "Heroes of the Wild" released:
Heroes of the Wild was first released on Tuesday, November 01, 1927, in the United States. Also released on this day was Quality Street (dir. Sidney Franklin). This was ninety-two (92) years ago.
Who is at the casting of "Heroes of the Wild":
At the casting of Heroes of the Wild we find Jack Hoxie, previously seen in Devil Dog Dawson (1921) and Thunderbolt Jack (1920); Josephine Hill (The Voice on the Wire (1917)); Joe Bonomo (The King of Kings (1927), The Golden Stallion (1927)) [ more... ]
- Joe Bonomo, White Fury the Horse and Jay J. Bryan also appeared together in The Golden Stallion, released in 1927.
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