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The Lookout Girl (Silent)

A man discovers that his beloved wife was once a member of the mob.
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  • Due to the age of this film some sound and picture anomalies exist.
  • Run Time: 55 minutes
  • Video: Black & White
  • Encoding: Region 0 (Worldwide)
  • Released:
  • Originally Released: 1928
  • Label: Alpha Video

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Dixie Evans, of the infamous Mowbray Gang, is on the lam after a post office robbery. In her desperate attempt to cross a nearby river in a canoe, she capsizes and is rescued by Dean Richardson, a wealthy doctor. The two fall in love and Dean proposes. Dixie requests that Dean never grill her about her past. However, Pete Mowbray has no intention of letting Dixie "go straight," an blackmails her. It doesn't take long for Dean to realize something's wrong with his new wife, and he sets out to learn the truth about who she is.

Jacqueline Logan was a prominent star of the silent screen; she got her start in show business as a Ziegfeld dancer in New York. After some modeling, Logan was cast in A Perfect Crime (1921) directed by Allan Dwan; her most memorable role was as Mary Magdalene in Cecil B. DeMille's The King of Kings (1927). A prolific Broadway and film actor, Ian Keith played many villains throughout his film career, including John Wilkes Booth in D. W. Griffith's Abraham Lincoln (1930). He also starred in the epic films Queen Christina (1933), Cleopatra (1934) and The Ten Commandments (1956).

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Rating 3.5 Even Bad Print Cannot Dim Logan's Beauty Movie Lover: from BRISBANE, QUEENSLAND AU -- March, 31, 2014

Jacqueline Logan was one of the true beauties
of the 1920s. The mystery is why she didn't
pursue a career in the sound era, she had
been on Broadway so talking wasn't an issue.
The print of this film is pretty murky but it
still doesn't dim Logan's beauty.
She plays Dixie Evans, a look out girl for a
group of robbers who is rescued from a
watery grave by wealthy doctor Dean
Richardson. She wants to go straight but
she can't shake her murky past, especially
when gang member Pete turns up and wants
her to shakedown her now husband. He
threatens to expose her but she now has
the trust of Dean's friend, a federal agent
and together.....
Ian Keith is Dean and even though I have
seen him in some really villainous early
talkie roles, here he is only required to
stand around and brood while Gladden
James gets the lion's share of dramatics
as Bob Conway, a federal agent with a
human heart!!


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  • UPC: 089218717795
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