~Cameron of the Royal Mounted~
~Plot Synopsis~
Produced in Canada by Ernest G. Shipman's aptly-named Winnipeg Productions, this minor
Northwest Mounted melodrama starred Gaston Glass as a young Scotchman who immigrates to
Canada and becomes a mountie. There is a gang of train robbers, a damsel-in-distress (American
actress Vivienne Osborne), marauding Indians lead by the sneaky-looking Frank Lanning, rapid river
crossings, and sundry other clichés of the genre before Glass can clear his name in a forgery charge.
Producer Shipman was the former husband of action heroine Nell Shipman and the father of
screenwriter Barry Shipman.

Plot Synopsis from allmovie.com
Directed by: Henry MacRae

Written by:
Ralph Connor - story
Faith Green - writer

Gaston Glass ...  Cpl. Cameron
Irving Cummings ...  Dick Raven
Vivienne Osborne ...  Mandy Haley
Frank Lanning ...  Little Thunder
George Larkin ...  Andre Potts
Joseph Singleton ...  Jim Haley
Marion McDonald ...  Mrs. Haley
Gordon Griffith   
George Clarke
Richard Brydon ...  Dr. Douglas Martin
George A. McDaniel   
Harry Griffith  
~Remaining Credits~

Production Company: Winnipeg Productions

Distribution Company: W.W. Hodkinson

Produced by: Ernest Shipman
Cinematography by:
William James Craft
Tony Kornman
William Thornley

Released: December 25, 1921