~The Hell Ship~
Directed by: Scott R. Dunlap

Written by: Denison Clift

Madlaine Traverse ... Paula Humphrey
Alan Roscoe ... John Hadlock (as Albert Roscoe)
Betty Bouton ... Glory - Paula's Sister
Dick La Reno ... 'Satan' Humphrey - Their Father
Jack Curtis ... Jaeger
Fred Bond ... Thorpe (as Fred Bond)
William Ryno ... Brabo
~Remaining Credits~

Produced & Released by Fox Film Corporation

Cinematography by: George Schneiderman
Presented by: William Fox

Length: 5 Reels
Runtime: 50 Minutes
Released: February 1920
~Plot Synopsis~
Paula Humphrey (Madlaine Traverse) is the tough, seafaring girl whose father (Dick LaReno) is the
skipper of a schooner. Since he's known as "Satan," he's clearly not a very sympathetic character. In
fact, while on a run delivering contraband cargo, his crew mutinies and kills him. With the help of
John Madlock (Albert Roscoe), who she has saved from the sea, Paula takes over the ship. She picks
up her sister, Glory (Betty Bouton), along the way, and when they reach the South Seas, she intends
to settle down. But the ship catches fire before they get there, and the two sisters wind up on a raft
with Madlock; a passing steamer saves them. Paula believes that Madlock loves Glory and is willing to
give him up, but it turns out that he loves her after all.

Plot Synopsis by Janiss Garza, AllMovie.com
D6-7 Alan Roscoe, Betty Bouton and Madlaine Traverse in THE HELL SHIP, 1920