The Heart of Texas
The Heart of Texas was the eleventh entry in a series of film shorts with Western themes produced by the Frohman Amusement Corporation. The film starred Texas Guinan and Tom London. It was directed by Cliff Smith (director). Additional cast members included Dorothy Oliver and Bud Larson. Other films in the series include Boss on the Rancho. The film was released September 27, 1919. The Canton Daily ran an ad for it on February 10, 1920 as part of an Odeon lineup. Many of Guinan's films are lost and this is one of the known titles. IMDb credits Mildred Sledge with the screenplay.
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- Shirley, Glenn (February 24, 1989). ""Hello, Sucker!": The Story of Texas Guinan". Eakin Press – via Google Books.
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