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The Avenging Arrow

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The Avenging Arrow
The Avenging Arrow-1921-episode11-poster.jpg
A poster for episode 11
Directed byWilliam Bowman
W. S. Van Dyke
Written byJack Cunningham
Story byBen B. Cohen
Based onThe Honeymoon Quest
by Arthur Preston Hankins
Produced byRobert Brunton
StarringRuth Roland
Edward Hearn
Ruth Roland Serials
Robert Brunton Studios
Distributed byPathé Exchange
Release date
  • March 13, 1921 (1921-03-13)
Running time
15 episodes
CountryUnited States
LanguageSilent (English intertitles)
A scene from episode 2: "The Enemy Strikes."
A scene from episode 2: "The Enemy Strikes."

The Avenging Arrow is a 1921 American Western film serial directed by William J. Bowman and W. S. Van Dyke. Its 15 episodes are now considered to be lost.[1]


Fifteen episodes of The Avenging Arrow were released weekly from March 13 to June 19, 1921:[2][3]

  1. “The Vow of Mystery”
  2. “The Enemy Strikes”
  3. “The Hands”
  4. “A Life in Jeopardy”
  5. “The Message Stone”
  6. “The Midnight Attack”
  7. “The Double Game”
  8. “The Strange Pact”
  9. “The Auction Block”
  10. “Outwitted”
  11. “Dangerous Waters”
  12. “The House of Treachery”
  13. “On Perilous Grounds”
  14. “Shifting Sands”
  15. “The Toll of the Desert”


See also


  1. ^ "Progressive Silent Film List: The Avenging Arrow". Silent Era. Retrieved August 19, 2008.
  2. ^ Staff Writer (March 5, 1921). "Releases for Week of March 13". Moving Picture World. Vol. 49 no. 1. New York: Chalmers Publishing Company. p. 85 – via Internet Archive.
  3. ^ Staff Writer (August 20, 1921). "Week of June 19". Moving Picture World. Vol. 51 no. 8. New York: Chalmers Publishing Company. p. 832.

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