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    John Ford- The Fighting Heart (1925)

    THE FIGHTING HEART

    aka Once to Every Man

    DIRECTED BY JOHN FORD
    PRODUCED BY WILLIAM FOX
    FOX FILM CORPORATION

    ..
    George O'Brien

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    Billie Dove.......... J. Farrell MacDonald......Victor MacLaglen

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    Plot Summary
    This film is the story of a small-town boy and girl.
    The hero, George O'Brien, thrashes the town bully
    only to meet him laterin the boxing ring in New York City.
    Ambition has swept him to Broadway,
    but the search for love brings him back to the Main Street of his home town.

    Full Cast
    George O'Brien ... Denny Bolton
    Billie Dove ... Doris Anderson
    J. Farrell MacDonald ... Jerry
    Victor McLaglen ... Soapy Williams
    Diana Miller ... Helen Van Allen
    Bert Woodruff ... Grandfather
    Francis Ford ... Town Fool
    Hazel Howell ... Oklahoma Kate
    Edward Peil Sr. ... Flash Fogarty (as Edward Piel)
    James A. Marcus ... Judge Maynard (as James Marcus)
    Frank Baker
    Harvey Clark
    Lynn Cowan
    Hank Mann
    Francis Powers

    Writing Credits
    Larry Evans novel "Once to Every Man"
    Lillie Hayward

    Cinematography
    Joseph H. August
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    Keith
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    Re: John Ford- The Fighting Heart (1925)

    The Fighting Heart is a 1925 silent drama film,
    starring George O'Brien, Bilie Dove,
    J. Farrell MacDonald and Victor McLaglen
    The film is now considered to be a lost film
    Best Wishes
    Keith
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