The Shooting of Dan McGrew (1924 film)
The Shooting of Dan McGrew is an extant 1924 silent drama film directed by Clarence G. Badger. Distributed by Metro Pictures final film, the film is based on the 1907 poem "The Shooting of Dan McGrew" written by Robert W. Service. The film is preserved.
|The Shooting of Dan McGrew|
|Directed by||Clarence G. Badger|
|Produced by||Arthur H. Sawyer|
|Written by||Winifred Dunn|
Barbara La Marr
(1915 version and novelization)
|Based on||"The Shooting of Dan McGrew"|
by Robert W. Service
|Starring||Barbara La Marr|
|Cinematography||Rudolph J. Bergquist|
|Distributed by||Metro Pictures|
A dancer known as Lou Lorraine feels her life is going nowhere. She is married to Jim, who is working as a pianist at the same cabaret in a small village Lou is working at. One day, a man nicknamed "Dangerous Dan" McGrew promises to make a big star on Broadway out of her, after which she immediately leaves with him. She swears on staying faithful to her husband, promising to earn money to have Jim and her son sent to New York. Jim, however, does not trust Dan and follows them to New York, where everything goes out of hand.