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The Silver Horde (1930) was a Drama - Black-and-white Film directed by George Archainbaud and produced by William LeBaron and William Sistrom.

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Mildred Wayland: And such a woman! A hanger-on in men's camps!


Frederick 'Fred': I haven't played my last card.
Cherry Malotte: Got ya dealing off the bottom of the deck though, haven't they?
Frederick 'Fred': I came here to give you fair warning...
Cherry Malotte: [jumps to her feet] And I'm givin' it right back to you!


Cherry Malotte: I'm Cherry Malotte! They know about me from San Francisco to Sitka. My reputation's got marks on it I couldn't rub off if I wanted to! I am what I am! I don't know how they finally settle things in this world or the next, but when the day comes I'll stand there with my chin up and take what's coming to me. And I wouldn't trade places with you, you white-livered, sweet-smelling hypocrite if they gave me a one-way ticket to Hell!


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The title refers to migrating salmon.
Final film of Blanche Sweet.
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Also released in 1930




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