"I was no match for Tim McCoy in Winners of the Wilderness." -Joan Crawford
"Winners of the Wilderness" 1927
Cast: Tim McCoy, Joan Crawford (as René Contrecoeur), Edward Connelly, Roy D'Arcy, Louise Lorraine, Edward Hearn, Tom O'Brien,
Will Walling, Frank Currier, Lionel Belmore, Chief John Big Tree, Jean Arthur
Colonel O'Hara (Tim McCoy) dashing young officer of Braddock's staff is aided to escape from the French by Rene (Joan), daughter of commandant whom he worships. When the positions are reversed and she is his prisoner of war she willingly consents to become his prisoner for life. The costumes of the period offer a pleasing contrast to the interesting sequences ... in which are seen such historical figures as Washington and Braddock. The latter's disastrous defeat is the film's highlight and it is carried out with realism. (from MPN April 8, 1927).
Box Office Receipts - $283,000.
Click on images below to see a larger view.
Film Daily had this to say, "Colonel Tim McCoy, a handsome soldier and a fine actor, mostly because he doesn't act. He is natural at time. Joan Crawford the lady sought and Roy D'Arcy up to usual deviltry."
Click on the decades below to browse movies.
~~CLICK ON THE YELLOW STARS BELOW TO VOTE FOR THIS SITE!~~
Limitations on exclusive rights: Fair use
joan crawford picture joan crawford mommie dearest joan crawford biography joan crawford movie bio