~Salomy Jane~
~602-122: Jacqueline Logan & G. Raymond Nye~
~Plot Synopsis~
The second filming of Bret Harte's Salomy Jane's Kiss was given a sumptuous production by Paramount.
This time around, the beautiful Jacqueline Logan portrayed the daughter of an outlaw leader (Charles
Ogle) who saves a handsome stranger (Maurice "Lefty" Flynn) from a lynching. As it turns out, both
Salomy's father and the stranger have been falsely accused of crimes by an old family enemy. One of the
more forgotten leading ladies of the silent era, Jacqueline Logan played Mary Magdalene in Cecil B.
DeMille's The King of Kings (1927). She was present on the very same Culver City sound stage almost forty
years later during the filming of the crucifixion scene in The Greatest Story Ever Told (1964), this time,
however, a mere face in the crowd.

Plot Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein, AllMovie.com
Directed by: George Melford

Written by: Waldemar Young

Based on the play  Salomy Jane  by Paul Armstrong (New York, 19 Jan 1907),
which was based on the short story "Salomy Jane's Kiss" by Bret Harte in  
Stories of Light and Shadow  (New York, 1898).

Jacqueline Logan ...  Salomy Janee
George Fawcett ...  Yuba Bill
Maurice 'Lefty' Flynn ...  The Man (as Maurice B. Flynn)
William B. Davidson ...  Gambler (as William Davidson)
Charles Ogle ...  Madison Clay
Billy Quirk ...  Colonel Starbottle (as William Quirk)
G. Raymond Nye ...  Red Pete
Louise Dresser ...  Mrs. Pete
James Neill ...  Larabee
Thomas Carrigan ...  Rufe Waters (as Tom Carrigan)
Clarence Burton ...  Baldwin
Barbara Brower ...  Mary Ann
Milton Ross ...  Steve Low
~Remaining Credits~

Production Company: Famous Players-Lasky Corporation

Distribution Company: Paramount Pictures

Cinematography & Assistant Camera by: Charles G. Clarke    
Presenter: Jesse L. Lasky

Length: 7 Reels
Released: August 26, 1923