The White Outlaw (September 6, 1925)

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The White Outlaw
 

Released on September 6, 1925: Jack is accused of rustling horses from the ranchers, but the horse rustler is actually a white horse named Scout.

Directed by Clifford Smith

The Actors: Jack Hoxie (Jack Lupton), Marceline Day (Mary Gale), William Welsh (Malcolm Gale), Duke R. Lee (James Hill), Floyd Shackelford (the cook), Charles Brinley (the Sheriff)

 

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A few weeks ago a movie fan wrote me a note asking a question about the pre-talking movies that I am adding to the site. He wondered what happened to the original music that usually plays as the silent picture is rolling along. He had never experienced a silent motion picture that wasn't accompanied by period music, and thought that the music was part of the original film that the movie companies produced. I explained that some of the first silent pictures that I added to the site did indeed include music from the copies that I could obtain, but as my love for the earliest motion pictures increased I decided one day that from that time forward I would show silent movies the way the early studios filmed them and presented them to the world . . . silently. Of course many of the larger motion picture theaters would hire a pianist or organist to play music during the show, but I think this might have been more as a cover for the audience chatting, laughter and normal crowd noises . . . you see, when there is no sound on a movie there is no reason for the audience to remain silent . . . your neighbor would not shush you for chomping on your popcorn too loudly, or for that snorting laugh that you sometimes bellow out. It wasn't until sound movies that motion picture audiences were forced to remain 'library-quiet' during the show. In addition to experiencing the show the way the studios created it, even in today's media-saturated environment there are times when I want to watch a good story but I am in a place where the sounds of a motion picture would annoy those around me, and a good silent picture is just right. And if you must have sound around you for any reason, it is easy enough to add sound from any of your media devices to mask the sound of munching your white kernel popcorn with warm melted butter drizzled over it as you enjoy the show.

Scout, Jack Hoxie and Buck
Scout, Jack Hoxie and Buck
Buck and Jack Hoxie
Buck and Jack Hoxie
Jack Hoxie with Buck the dog
Jack Hoxie with Buck the dog
Buck
Buck
Charles Brinley and William Welsh
Charles Brinley and William Welsh
Duke R. Lee and Jack Hoxie
Duke R. Lee and Jack Hoxie
Duke R. Lee tells Marceline Day that he loves her
Duke R. Lee tells Marceline Day that he loves her
Duke R. Lee
Duke R. Lee
Floyd Shackelford
Floyd Shackelford
Floyd Shackelford and Duke R. Lee
Floyd Shackelford and Duke R. Lee
Floyd Shackelford
Floyd Shackelford
Floyd Shackelford peels potatoes
Floyd Shackelford peels potatoes
Jack Hoxie and Charles Brinley
Jack Hoxie and Charles Brinley
Jack Hoxie, Scout and Marceline Day
Jack Hoxie, Scout and Marceline Day
Jack Hoxie
Jack Hoxie
Jack Hoxie saves Marceline Day
Jack Hoxie saves Marceline Day
Jack Hoxie
Jack Hoxie
Marceline Day and Jack Hoxie
Marceline Day and Jack Hoxie
Marceline Day tries to get away from the wolf
Marceline Day tries to get away from the wolf
Marceline Day and William Welsh
Marceline Day and William Welsh
Marceline Day in 1925
Marceline Day in 1925
Marceline Day as Mary Gale
Marceline Day as Mary Gale
Marceline Day
Marceline Day
a ranch hand
an unknown ranch hand

ranch hands
ranch hands