~The Mountain Woman~
Directed by: Charles Giblyn

Written by: Ashley T. Locke

Based on the novel "The Pagan of the Hills," by Charles Neville Buck

Pearl White ... Alexander McGiverns
Corliss Giles ... Jerry O'Keefe
Richard Travers ... Jack Halloway (as Richard C. Travers)
George Barnum ... Aaron McGiverns
Warner Richmond ... Bud Sellers
John Webb Dillon ... Will Brent
Jack Baston ... Jase Mallows (as J. Thornton Baston)
Charles E. Graham ... Lute Brown
~Remaining Credits~

Produced & Released by: Fox Film Corporation

Cinematography by: Joseph Ruttenberg
Presenter: William Fox

Length: 6 Reels
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Released: January 23, 1921
~Plot Synopsis~
Although the star's heyday as a serial queen had passed, this Pearl White feature certainly had its
share of thrills. Alexander McGivens (White) was raised like a boy by her lumberman father (George
Barnum). After his death she and her father's friend, Will Brent (John W. Dillon), take over the job of
floating the logs down the river. Although all she ever wears is pants, Alexander is surrounded by a
number of highly inappropriate suitors, among them robber Jase Mallows (J. Thornton Baston) and
crooked Easterner Jack Holloway (Richard C. Travers). The only one worth anything is Jerry O'Keefe
(Corliss Giles). Before she and O'Keefe end the picture together, Alexander is bound and gagged in a
mine shaft, escapes, and saves her lover who is trapped in a burning granary. This picture was shot
on location by director Sam Wood in the Cumberland mountains. It was based on a novel, The Pagan
of the Hills, by Charles Neville Buck.

Plot Synopsis by Janiss Garza, AllMovie.com