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The Silent Treatment Film Series: The Daughter of Dawn (1920)

Date
Mar 30, 2019 @ 02PM
Time
Mar 30, 2019 @ 02PM - Mar 30, 2019 @ 04PM
Cost
Free – $14
Site
https://theautry.org/events/film-and-television/silent-treatment-film-series-daughter-dawn-1920

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Council District
City Council District 4

The Daughter of Dawn (1920)

Rediscovered by a private detective paid in old film reels, this lost silent film features an all-Native American cast of 300 Kiowas and Comanches—including the son and daughter of famed Comanche leader Quanah Parker.

Directed by Norbert A. Myles | Starring Esther LeBarre, White Parker, and Jack Sankey-doty | Restored by the Oklahoma Historical Society with new orchestral score by David Yeagley

Watch silent films the way they were meant to be seen—on the big screen. Showcasing a wide variety of early cinema in the best available formats, The Silent Treatment is a long-running silent movie film series curated by film archivists Brandee Cox and Steven Hill.

Location

The Autry Museum of the American West
4700 Western Heritage Way
Los Angeles, CA 90027 United States
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Phone:
323.667.2000
Website:
https://theautry.org/events/special-events/flavors-historic-california

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