Black Lightning (1924 film)

Black Lightning is an extant[1] 1924 American silent drama film directed by James P. Hogan, and starring Clara Bow and a dog named Thunder. It was made by independent Gotham Pictures.[2] Prints of the film are held at the Russian state film archive Gosfilmofond and the UCLA Film and Television Archive.

Black Lightning
Film poster
Directed byJames P. Hogan
Produced bySam Sax
Gotham Productions
Written byHarry Davis (story)
Dorothy Howell
StarringClara Bow
Thunder the Dog
CinematographyJames P. Hogan
Distributed byLumas Film Corporation
Release date
December 8, 1924
Running time
60 minutes
CountryUnited States
LanguageSilent (English intertitles)


  • Clara Bow - Martha Larned
  • Harold Austin - Roy Chambers
  • Eddie Phillips - Ez Howard
  • Joe Butterworth - Larned/ Dick
  • Thunder the Dog - Thunder
  • Mark Fenton - Doctor
  • John Pringle - City Doctor (*John Pringle was the father of actor John Gilbert)
  • James P. Hogan - Frank Larned
  • Jim Mason - Jim Howard


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