~The Storm~
~House Peters & Virginia Valli~
~Plot Synopsis~
Based on Langdon McCormick's 1919 play, this silent melodrama stars Matt Moore and House Peters as
War veterans sharing a cabin in the Canadian Northwest. A French trapper (Josef Swickard) and his
daughter (Virginia Valli) seek shelter from both the Northwest Mounted Police and the elements.
Swickard dies from a bullet wound and the two war buddies fight over Valli, who prefers Peters. The
three soon suffer from a food shortage, and Peters gallantly offers to brave the Canadian winter and seek
help. Valli starts after him in the storm, but Moore stops her and selflessly takes his friend's place. The
Storm featured a spectacular forest fire sequence. McCormick's play was remade by Universal in 1930
starring Lupe Velez, Paul Cavanagh, and William Boyd.

Plot Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein, AllMovie.com
Directed by: Reginald Barker

Written by:
J.G. Hawks - writer
Darryl F. Zanuck - writer

Based on the play "Men Without Skirts," by Langdon McCormick.

Matt Moore ...  Dave Stewart
House Peters ...  Burr Winton
Josef Swickard ...  Jacques Fachard
Virginia Valli ...  Manette Fachard
Frank Lanning ...  Manteeka
Gordon Magee ...  Northwest Mounted Police Sergeant
~Remaining Credits~

Produced & Released by: Universal Film Manufacturing Company

Cinematography by: Percy Hilburn
Carl Laemmle

Length: 8 Reels
Runtime: 80 Minutes
Released: June 18, 1922