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Moving Picture World says "the photography is Porterian," and modern sources list Porter as the cameraman as well as the director. Pickford re-made Tess of the Storm Country for her own company in 1922 with John S. Robertson directing (see AFI Catalog of Feature Films, 1921-30; F2.5577). This was her only remake. White's novel was filmed again by Fox in 1932, with Janet Gaynor and Charles Farrell starring and Alfred Santell directing, and by Twentieth Century-Fox in 1960, with Diane Baker starring and Paul Guilfoyle directing. White's sequel to her novel, The Secret of the Storm Country, was filmed in 1917.