The Call of the North (1914 film)
The Call of the North is a 1914 American silent adventure-drama film directed by Oscar Apfel and Cecil B. DeMille. It is based on the 1903 novel, The Conjuror's House; a Romance of the Free Forest by Stewart Edward White and its 1908 play adaptation The Call of the North by George Broadhurst. Robert Edeson starred in the play and reprises his role in this film. He played a dual role of both Ned Stewart and his own father, Graehme Stewart. 
|The Call of the North|
|Directed by||Oscar Apfel|
Cecil B. DeMille
|Produced by||Jesse L. Lasky Feature Play Co. Inc.|
|Written by||George Broadhurst(screenplay)|
Stewart Edward White (original novel)
|Edited by||Mamie Wagner|
|Distributed by||Paramount Pictures|
|Language||Silent (English intertitles)|
Graehme Stewart is accused of adultery and killed although he was innocent. His son Ned decides to avenge his father, but gets captured and sent on the long journey to death "la longue traverse". Virginia saves his life and the film's villain confesses Ned is innocent.
- Robert Edeson in a dual role as Ned, and as Graehme Stewart
- Theodore Roberts as Galen Albert
- Winifred Kingston as Virginia
- Horace B. Carpenter as Rand
- Florence Dagmar as Elodie
- Milton Brown as Me-en-gan
- Vera McGarry as Julie
- Jode Mullally as Picard
- Sydney Deane as McTavish
- Fred Montague as Jack Wilson
- The House That Shadows Built (1931 promotional film by Paramount)
- "Silent Era : Progressive Silent Film List". silentera.com.
- "Progressive Silent Film List: The Call of the North". Silent Era. Retrieved February 21, 2009.
- "The Call of the North – Broadway Play – Original | IBDB".
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