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Directed by Paul C. Hurst
Produced by National Film Corporation of America
Scenario by Harvey Gates, from a screen story by Joe Brandt
Starring Jack Hoxie, Ann Little, Paul Hurst
Cinematography Herbert Glennon
Distributed by Arrow Film Corporation
Release date December 17, 1919
Running time 20 minutes
Country United States
Language Silent film, English intertitles
"Lightning Bryce" is a Western cliffhanger serial, included in our program to illustrate the work and contributions of our star Jack Hoxie.
This is episode 10, entitled "Poison Waters". There is action, intrigue, Indians and even a "Mystery Woman". Stay tuned, 5 more episodes are coming.
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Lightning Bryce Episode 10
Jack Hoxie and Ann Little reunite in "Lightning Bryce" Ep. 10 (1919).
Paul Hurst finds the directions to the gold treasure in "Lightning Bryce" Ep. 10 (1919).
The mystery woman (Jill Woodward) protects Jack Hoxie from danger in "Lightning Bryce" Ep. 10 (1919).
The mystery woman urges Steve Clemente to protect the treasure in "Lightning Bryce" Ep. 10 (1919).
Jack Hoxie consoles Ann Little as she grieves for her father in "Lightning Bryce" Ep. 10 (1919).
Paul Hurst takes down a sign near a water hole in "Lightning Bryce" Ep. 10 (1919).
Paul Hurst finds the gold treasure of the Indians in "Lightning Bryce" Ep. 10 (1919).
Ann Little drinks from a water hole in "Lightning Bryce" Ep. 10 (1919).
Jack Hoxie finds the sign that the water is poisoned in "Lightning Bryce" Ep. 10 (1919).
Jack Hoxie tries to stop Ann Little from drinking water, but it is too late in "Lightning Bryce" Ep. 10 (1919).
Jack Hoxie looks for help in despair as Ann Little gets weak in "Lightning Bryce" Ep. 10 (1919).
Jack Hoxie prays for Ann Little to survive in "Lightning Bryce" Ep. 10 (1919).
Jack Hoxie and Ann Little
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