~Smoke Bellew~
Directed by: Scott R. Dunlap

Written by: Fred Myton

Based on the story by Jack London.

Conway Tearle ... Kit 'Smoke' Bellew
Barbara Bedford ... Joy Gastrell
Mark Hamilton ... Shorty
Alphonse Ethier ... Harry Sprague
William Scott ... Stine
Alaska Jack ... Undetermined Role
J.P. Lockney ... Undetermined Role
~Remaining Credits~

Production Company: Big 4 Film

Distribution Company: First Division Pictures

Cinematography by: J.O. Taylor & Joseph Walters
Film Editing by: Charles J. Hunt

Length: 7 Reels
Runtime: 65 Minutes
Released: January 25, 1929
~Plot Synopsis~
When dignified silent-film leading man Conway Tearle appeared in a short series of "B" westerns in
the 1930s, many of his fans considered it a step downward. In fact, Tearle had already tried to
establish himself as a virile "outdoors" performer in such silent adventures as Smoke Bellew. The
story takes place in Alaska, where Kit "Smoke" Bellew (Tearle) has pitched camp in hopes of
forgetting his troublesome past. He succeeds in this endeavor when he helps leathery prospector
Shorty (Mark Hamilton) strike gold in them thar hills. Bellew also finds lasting happiness in the arms
of the prospector's pretty daughter Joy (Barbara Bedford).

Plot Synopsis by Hal Erickson, AllMovie.com