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Yellow Men and Gold (1922)

Parrish, a young author, leaves his study during a storm to answer a call for help. He discovers a dying man and is rewarded with a treasure map, which he shows to Carroll, a retired sea ... See full summary »

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Irvin Willat (as Irvin V. Willat)
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Richard Dix ... Parrish
Helene Chadwick ... Bessie
Henry A. Barrows Henry A. Barrows ... Carroll (as Henry Barrows)
Rosemary Theby ... Carmen
Richard Tucker ... Lynch
Fred Kohler ... Craven
Henry Hebert ... Todd
William F. Moran William F. Moran ... Cunningham (as William Moran)
Goro Kino Goro Kino ... Chang
George King George King ... Jili
William A. Carroll William A. Carroll ... John (as William Carroll)
Robert Frazer ... Abraham (as R.T. Frazier)
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Parrish, a young author, leaves his study during a storm to answer a call for help. He discovers a dying man and is rewarded with a treasure map, which he shows to Carroll, a retired sea captain. They plan a quest for the treasure; but before Carroll's ship sails, Parrish is drugged, relieved of the map, and thrown from the dock. Bessie, a girl aboard the Shantung, rescues Parrish. Parrish has concealed a copy of the treasure map; and learning that Carroll has tricked him, he embarks on the Shantung and arrives at the site of the treasure before Carroll's armed gang interrupt. Bessie is imprisoned on Carroll's ship but is rescued by Parrish, who burns that ship and returns to the Shantung. After many adventures together, Parrish and Bessie discover their mutual love. At this point, it transpires that the young author, in his study, has recounted the story from one of his own manuscripts. Written by Pamela Short

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Country:

USA

Release Date:

20 May 1922 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

El tesoro de la carabela See more »

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Sound Mix:

Silent

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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