The White Heather (1919)
This Melody is the Theme of the Musical Setting for
THE PARAMOUNT - ARTCRAFT SPECIAL FILM DRAMA
THE WHITE HEATHER
Produced by Maurice Tourneur
Words by Chas A. Snyder
by Alfred L. Haase & J. Fred Coots
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MAURICE TOURNEUR presents THE GREAT DRURY LANE MELODRAMATIC SUCCESS
"THE WHITE HEATHER"
By Cecil Raleigh and Henry Hamilton
Produced by Maurice Tourneur Productions
A Paramount Artcraft Special
An astounding picture with an astounding climax. The sublime but forbidden love that prompted a man to risk his life in a desperate undersea battle for a woman, will rest in your memory always.
The sheer beauty of the scenes photographed on the ocean's floor will leave you gasping in amazement. "The White Heater" is a miracle of picture making. SEE IT!
By special arrangement the undersea scenes in "The White Heather" were produced by the use of the Williamson Submarine Tube and Patented Inventions, the only means by which such undersea scenes are made possible.
The Song is based on the Story of the Drama. Copies now on Sale at all Sheet Music Counters.
McKINLEY MUSIC CO.
1501 East 55th Street CHICAGO
145 West 45th Street NEW YORK
with Holmes Herbert, Ralph Graves and Mabel Ballin. Directed by Maurice Tourneur. Tourneur / Paramount.
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Last Modified April 25, 2007