~Headin' South~
Directed by:
Allan Dwan
Arthur Rosson

Written by:
Allan Dwan

Douglas Fairbanks ... Headin' South
Frank Campeau ... Spanish Joe
Katherine MacDonald ... The Girl
Jim Mason ... His Aide (as James Mason)
Johnny Judd
Tom Grimes
Art Acord
Hoot Gibson
Edward Burns
Jack Holt
Marjorie Daw
Bob Emmons
Alice H. Smith
~Remaining Credits~

Production Company: Douglas Fairbanks Pictures

Distribution Company: Paramount Pictures

Produced by: Douglas Fairbanks
Cinematography by: Connie De Roo, Glen MacWilliams, Hugh McClung, Len Powers, Harris Thorpe
& Charles Warrington
Assistant Director: James P. Hogan
Chief Carpenter/Props: Billy Emerson
Allan Dwan

Length: 5 Reels
Runtime: 50 Minutes
Released: February 25, 1918

Filming Locations:
Sonoran Desert, Arizona, USA
Sierrita Mountains, Arizona, USA
Tucson Mountains, Arizona, USA
Saguaro National Park, Arizona, USA
(East, Rincon Mountain District)
Tucson, Arizona, USA
~Plot Synopsis~
In what is perhaps one of his lesser vehicles, Douglas Fairbanks plays a Canadian Royal Mounted
Policeman who impersonates a notorious bandit, "Headin' South," in order to infiltrate the lair of
bandit Frank Campeau. The outlaw has kidnapped a pretty young thing (Katherine MacDonald), who
at first spurns Fairbanks' romantic overtures, thinking he is a bandit, but soon falls for the energetic
charmer. Leading lady MacDonald was an untalented but spectacular young actress known as "The
American Beauty." She was reportedly the mistress of President Woodrow Wilson.

Plot Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein, AllMovie.com