~Tin Gods~
~1000-84: Thomas Meighan & Renee Adoree~
~Plot Synopsis~
With a star-director combination like Tommy Meighan and Allan Dwan, how could Tin Gods not succeed
at the box office? After the death of his child in an accident, engineer Roger Drake (Meighan) parts
company with his politically ambitious wife Janet (Aileen Pringle). Unable to hold onto a job in the U.S.,
Drake ends up working on a treacherous bridge project in South America. Stricken with fever, Drake is
saved through the tender ministrations of native girl Carita (Renee Adoree). But when he recovers, our
hero indicates that he may wish to reconcile with his wife, whereupon the heartbroken Carita jumps off
the newly-completed bridge to her death. Profoundly affected by this, Drake elects to remain in South
America long enough to build a shrine for his lost love. Among the screenwriters for Tin Gods was actor
Paul Dickey, who'd previously played Guy of Gisborne in the Allan Dwan-directed Robin Hood (1922).

Plot Synopsis by Hal Erickson, AllMovie.com
Directed by: Allan Dwan    

Written by:  
Paul Dickey - writer
James Shelley Hamilton - writer
Howard Emmett Rogers - writer

Based on the play  Tin Gods  by William Anthony McGuire, Aug 7, 1923.

Thomas Meighan ...  Roger Drake
Renée Adorée ...  Carita
Aileen Pringle ...  Janet Stone
William Powell ...  Tony Santelli
Hale Hamilton ...  Dr. McCoy
John Harrington ...  Dougherty
Joe King ...  First Foreman
Robert Emmett O'Connor ...  Second Foreman
Delbert Whitten Jr. ...  Billy
Louise Fazenda
Gladys Valerie
~Remaining Credits~

Production Company: Famous Players-Lasky Corporation

Distribution Company: Paramount Pictures

Producers: Jesse L. Lasky & Adolph Zukor
Associate Producer: William LeBaron  
Cinematography by: Alvin Wyckoff

Length: 9 Reels
Runtime: 90 Minutes
Released: September 19, 1926