Lash of the Whip
|Lash of the Whip|
|Directed by||Francis Ford|
|Story by||Extant American Film|
Lash of the Whip is an extant American film released in 1924. It was directed by Francis Ford (actor). The film is set in a remote town and features a ferry captain trying to keep a railroad executive and the woman accompanying him from surveying a route. A whip wielding hero repeatedly comes to their aid. The film is viewable at the Library of Congress website.
The film features rocky cliffs, desert scenery, a scenic town, and 1920s era autos as well as fisticuffs and horseback riding.
- Ashton Dearholt as "Pinto" Pete
- Harry Dunkinson as His Sidekick
- Florence Gilbert as Florence
- Francis Ford (actor) as "Hurricane" Smith
- Frank Baker (actor)r as Frank Blake
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