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Rare classic movies on DVD! Our DVD-Rs are region-free, studio titles are Region 1.

The Non-Stop Flight (1926) DVD-R

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Starring Knute Erickson, Marcella Daly, Virginia Fry, Cecil Ogden, Frank

Hemphill

Directed by Emory Johnson



Print: black/white

Runtime: 60 min.

Genre: action

Print Quality: B



In 1906 Sweden, Captain Lars Larson (Knute Erickson) goes on a sea

voyage, leaving his wife (Marcella Daly) behind expecting their first child.

Unbeknownst to him while he is at sea, a bitter rival kidnaps her and

makes it look as though she left him willingly. When he returns and

discovers their home abandoned, he all but goes mad with bitterness and

rage, destroying their home. In the years that follow, Larson becomes a

sadistic, drunken reprobate of the sea, working for smugglers carrying all

kinds of illegal cargo, including drugs -- and human cargo. A cruel, bitter

man with a mean streak a mile wide, he has only one soft spot that he

knows of, for animals, possibly because his dog remained faithful and

stayed, rather than leaving with his wife. Cut to 1925 and the United

States Navy's history-making flight from San Francisco to Hawaii -- Larson

is still carrying his illicit cargoes, and has a new request from the Chinese

smuggler Wing, for a white girl. These two sequences of events manage

to intersect, as Larson's ship puts down on a desert island where a young

white woman (Virginia Fry) lives with a much older hermit, at just about

the same time that the navy flight is forced to set down at sea adjacent to

the same island. Matters come to a head when Wing sets his sights on

the girl; Larson discovers at just about the same time that she is his

daughter, born 19 years earlier when her mother was rescued from the

ship where she was being held by the sympathetic first mate, who has

become the grim, seemingly disheveled hermit. Larson recovers enough

of his right mind that he will do anything to protect the girl, even

sacrificing himself -- but can he and the navy men stop Wing and his band

of cutthroats?

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Starring Knute Erickson, Marcella Daly, Virginia Fry, Cecil Ogden, Frank
Hemphill
Directed by Emory Johnson

Print: black/white
Runtime: 60 min.
Genre: action
Print Quality: B

In 1906 Sweden, Captain Lars Larson (Knute Erickson) goes on a sea
voyage, leaving his wife (Marcella Daly) behind expecting their first child.
Unbeknownst to him while he is at sea, a bitter rival kidnaps her and
makes it look as though she left him willingly. When he returns and
discovers their home abandoned, he all but goes mad with bitterness and
rage, destroying their home. In the years that follow, Larson becomes a
sadistic, drunken reprobate of the sea, working for smugglers carrying all
kinds of illegal cargo, including drugs -- and human cargo. A cruel, bitter
man with a mean streak a mile wide, he has only one soft spot that he
knows of, for animals, possibly because his dog remained faithful and
stayed, rather than leaving with his wife. Cut to 1925 and the United
States Navy's history-making flight from San Francisco to Hawaii -- Larson
is still carrying his illicit cargoes, and has a new request from the Chinese
smuggler Wing, for a white girl. These two sequences of events manage
to intersect, as Larson's ship puts down on a desert island where a young
white woman (Virginia Fry) lives with a much older hermit, at just about
the same time that the navy flight is forced to set down at sea adjacent to
the same island. Matters come to a head when Wing sets his sights on
the girl; Larson discovers at just about the same time that she is his
daughter, born 19 years earlier when her mother was rescued from the
ship where she was being held by the sympathetic first mate, who has
become the grim, seemingly disheveled hermit. Larson recovers enough
of his right mind that he will do anything to protect the girl, even
sacrificing himself -- but can he and the navy men stop Wing and his band
of cutthroats?

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