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The earliest surviving film featuring Lon Chaney in a major role, By the Sun's Ray's was but one of several 2-reel westerns starring the florid Murdock MacQuarrie. MacQuarrie plays a detective investigating a series of gold shipment robberies. Along the way, he falls for a mine superintendent's pretty daughter (Agnes Vernon), much to the dismay of a sullen mine office clerk (Chaney), who is also smitten with the girl...

  1. Charles Giblyn

    Director

Top Billed Cast

  1. Murdock MacQuarrie

    Murdock MacQuarrie

    John Murdock, the Detective

  2. Lon Chaney

    Lon Chaney

    Frank Lawler, the Clerk

  3. Seymour Hastings

    John Davis - Supt. of Mines

  4. Agnes Vernon

    Dora Davis - John's Daughter

  5. Richard Rosson

    Richard Rosson

    The Bandit (as Dick Rosson)

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By the Sun's Rays

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Status Released

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  • July 21, 1914
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 0h 11m

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