~The Cloud Rider~
~Promotional Photograph from The California Theater
promoting the screening of the film "The Cloud Rider,"
in 1925~

Al Wilson ...  Bruce Torrence
Virginia Lee Corbin ...  Blythe Wingate
Harry von Meter ...  Juan Lascelles
Helen Ferguson ...  Zella Wingate
Frank Rice ...  Hank Higgins
Melbourne MacDowell ...  David Torrence
Brinsley Shaw ...  Peter Wingate
Frank Tomick ...  Pilot
Boyd Monteith ...  Pilot
Frank Clarke ...  Pilot
Directed by: Bruce M. Mitchell

Written by:
L.V. Jefferson - scenario

Based on the story by Al Wilson
Bruce Torrence (Al Wilson) is an aviator and member of the secret service. His rival for the hand of Zella
Wingate (Helen Ferguson) is Juan Lascelles, a drug smuggler (Harry Von Meter). To get rid of Torrence,
Lascelles loosens a wheel on one of his planes, but Zella is the one who goes up in it. Torrence goes up in
another plane and attaches a fresh wheel to Zella's plane. In spite of his efforts he later finds her in
Lascelles' arms. Meanwhile, Zella's sister, Blythe (Virginia Lee Corbin), overhears Lascelles plotting with
his henchmen, and she tells Torrence. He flies after the bad guys only to find that Blythe, who is hiding in
the fuselage, has accidentally wrecked the control wires. They land in the woods, and he realizes that he
loves her, not Zella (apparently he didn't mind her meddling with his plane's machinery). Lascelles finds
them and tries to fly away with Blythe, but Torrence escapes and goes after them. Blythe fiddles with the
controls and forces Lascelles' plane into the water. Torrence rescues her and sends Lascelles off to the
authorities. Then he and Blythe fly off on a honeymoon. Aviator Al Wilson used his flying skills in a
number of films throughout the 1920s.

Plot Synopsis by Janiss Garza, AllMovie.com
~Plot Synopsis~
~Remaining Credits~

Production Company: Van Pelt-Wilson Productions

Released by: Film Booking Offices of America (FBO)

Producer: Al Wilson
Supervising Producer: Ernest Van Pelt
Cinematography by: Lige Zerr
Stunts: Frank Clarke

Length: 5 Reels
Runtime: 50 Minutes
Released: February 15, 1925