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Burning Daylight: the Adventures of "Burning Daylight" in Alaska

Burning Daylight: the Adventures of "Burning Daylight" in Alaska(1914)

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London's novel was serialized in the New York Herald between June 19, 1910 and August 28, 1910. The film was shot in Truckee, CA and was the first part of a two-part release (see listing below for Burning Daylight: The Adventures of "Burning Daylight" in Civilization). Items in the Jack London collection suggest that the two parts May occasionally have been shown together as a long single feature. According to the 1918 MPSD, Elmo Lincoln was in one or both parts. A modern source states that Joe Ray played a bartender in the film. London's novel was filmed again in 1920 by Metro and in 1928 by First National, with Milton Sills starring and Charles J. Brabin directing (see AFI Catalog of Feature Films, 1921-30; F2.0691).