The Valley of Hate

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The Valley of Hate
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Directed byRussell Allen
Written by George Hively
Harry MacPherson
Starring Raymond McKee
Helen Ferguson
Earl Metcalfe
Cinematography Ernest Miller
Production
company
Russell Productions
Distributed bySable Productions
Release date
June 20, 1924
Running time
63 minutes
CountryUnited States
LanguagesSilent
English intertitles

The Valley of Hate is a 1924 American silent action film directed by Russell Allen and starring Raymond McKee, Helen Ferguson and Earl Metcalfe. [1] [2]

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Synopsis

A young man in South Carolina inherits property in a valley he has never visited before. On arriving he is mistaken by the locals for a revenue officer intent on enforcing the Volstead Act on Prohibition. As the whole area lives off the moonshining trade, this prevents problems - particularly when he falls in love with the daughter of the head of the local producers.

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References

  1. Munden p.853
  2. Connelly p.427

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