The Phantom of the Forest

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The Phantom of the Forest
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Directed by Henry McCarty
Written by Frank Foster Davis
James J. Tynan
Produced by Samuel Sax
Renaud Hoffman
Starring Thunder the Dog
Betty Francisco
Eddie Phillips
Irene Hunt
Cinematography Ray June
Edited by Irene Morra
Production
company
Distributed byLumas Film Corporation
Stoll Pictures (UK)
Release date
January 1926
Running time
60 minutes
CountryUnited States
Languages Silent
English intertitles

The Phantom of the Forest is a 1926 American silent Western film, also classified as a Northern. It is directed by Henry McCarty and stars Thunder the Dog, Betty Francisco and Eddie Phillips. [1] [2] Produced by the independent Gotham Pictures, location shooting took place around Redwood Forest in Santa Cruz County, California. It was designed as a vehicle for Thunder, an Alsatian who featured in several films during the 1920s. It was released in Britain the same year by Stoll Pictures.

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  1. Munden, p. 600.
  2. Connelly, p. 396.

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