The Eternal Struggle (1923)

Pat O'Malley, Renée Adorée and director Reginald Barker filming THE ETERNAL STRUGGLE (1923)

MPGP-715 Pat O'Malley, Renée Adorée and director Reginald Barker.


Reginald Barker explaining a scene for his forthcoming Metro-Louis B. Mayer picture "The Man Thou Gavest Me" to Renee Adoree and Pat O'Malley. The picture deals with romance, thrilling adventure and certain Northwest Mounted Police exploits in Northern Canada. Prectically all of the outdoor scenes were made in the glacial fields of Alberta.

"The Man Thou Gavest Me" was adapted for Director Barker by Monte M. Katterjohn from the novel "The Law-Bringers" by G. B. Lancaster. It is being photographed by Percy Hilburn. It is a Reginald Barker production under Metro-Louis B. Mayer auspices and will be distributed by Metro Pictures Corporation.

Title of "The Man Thou Gavest Me" changed to "The Eternal Struggle".

with Renée Adorée, Earle Williams, and Barbara La Marr. Directed by Reginald Barker. Metro.

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Last Modified January 29, 2023