Aurora of the North (1914)

Short, Drama


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The story opens when a party of Indian trappers bring the news to the fur trader that a stranger, a white man, is hunting in their territory. Soon afterward the stranger, unaware that he is... See full summary »



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11 August 2018 | deickemeyer
Not free from improbabilities
A two-reel number, written by Lloyd Ingraham, with Robert Leonard and Hazel Buckham in the cast. The plot concerns a young trapper, apprehended on the trader's territory. He is sent off without food, matches or a gun into the wilderness, but the girl befriends him. The photography is somewhat blurred in numerous scenes. The story itself, while not free from improbabilities, is fairly entertaining. - The Moving Picture World, May 23, 1914

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Short | Drama

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Release Date:

7 May 1914

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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