|The River Woman|
|Directed by||Joseph Henabery|
|Written by|| Harold Shumate (story, dialogue)|
Adele Buffington (adaptation, scenario)
|Produced by||Gotham Productions|
|Edited by||Donn Hayes|
|Distributed by||Lumas Film; States Rights|
|7 reels; 6,565 feet|
|Language||Silent (English intertitles)|
The River Woman is a 1928 American drama film directed by Joseph Henabery that is part-silent and part-sound. Made by an independent company, Gotham, the film starred Lionel Barrymore and Jacqueline Logan.  
Prints of The River Woman are preserved at the Library of Congress, Cinematek, George Eastman House, BFI National Archive, and UCLA Film and Television Archive.  
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The Barrier is a 1926 American silent adventure film produced and distributed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and directed by George Hill. The film stars Lionel Barrymore and Marceline Day and is based on the 1908 wilderness novel of the same name by Rex Beach. Previous versions of the novel had been filmed in 1913 and 1917 respectively. This film is the last silent version to be filmed. The Barrier is a lost film.
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