Burning the Wind 1928

This horse opera is as old-fashioned as an evening at home. But it isn't Hoot Gibson's fault. He's capable of better things; his last Western was positively phenomenal. The only reason we can see for this relapse is too many technicians working on the production. There were two scenarists (which is permissible) , two cameramen, and two directors. Hoot tried to laugh that off and couldn't. So set this one down to the Hollywood heat wave.

Photoplay October 1928


Burning the Wind
United States 1928

Directed by
Henry MacRae
Herbert Blaché

Robert Homans


Running time:60 minutes
Country:United States

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