~The Storm Daughter~
1924
~Lobby Cards courtesy of Dave Smith~
~Plot Synopsis~
Although Priscilla Dean is starred in this dramatic Universal character study, it's Tom Santschi who has
the meatier role. Brute Morgan (Santschi) is the skipper of a large sailing vessel which runs down a little
fishing boat belonging to Kate Masterson (Dean). Morgan rescues her, then forces her to do menial work
around the ship. Being a misogynist, he abuses her badly as he does his crew. Kate eventually discovers
that he hates women because one girl broke his heart. Her sympathetic nature begins to have a good
influence on him. Rennert, the ship's first mate (William B. Davidson), plots a mutiny and takes over the
ship. Kate saves Morgan from being thrown overboard. When a storm blows up, Rennert's inexperience
causes him to lose control and the ship sinks. Morgan and Kate are the only survivors, and they discover
they have fallen in love.

Plot Synopsis by Janiss Garza, AllMovie.com
Directed by: George Archainbaud

Written by: Edward J. Montagne

Based on the story by Leete Renick Brown
~Cast~

Priscilla Dean ...  Kate Masterson
Tom Santschi ...  'Brute' Morgan
William B. Davidson ...  Rennert (First Mate [mutineer])
J. Farrell MacDonald ...  Con Mullaney
Cyril Chadwick ...  The Duke
Bert Roach ...  Olaf Swensen
Alfred Fisher ...  Hoskins
George Kuwa ...  Ah Sin
Harry Mann ...  Izzy
~Remaining Credits~

Produced & Released by: Universal Pictures

Cinematography by: Jules Cronjager

Length: 6 Reels
Released: March 23, 1924
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