Swede Larson (1914)

Short, Drama

Swede Larson, who has earned the title of the best working and most hated boss of the timber jacks by virtue of his strength and willingness to use it, takes over the camp saloon. Kid Lacy,... See full summary »

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21 September 2018 | deickemeyer
Wholesome out-door atmosphere
A first class three-reel offering, pictured in a lumber camp and featuring Robert Leonard as a big Swede who buys the saloon and falls in love with the gambler's wife. Hazel Buckham plays this latter part. Leonard does some memorable work in his quiet, forceful presentation of the Swede. The settings, sub-titles and photography are excellent, and there is a wholesome out-door atmosphere throughout. The story is in keeping with the rest and holds the interest strongly. An unusually well-balanced offering and one that gets away from the ordinary. - The Moving Picture World, June 6, 1914

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Short | Drama


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4 June 1914



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