Motion Picture News (Mar-Apr 1923)

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The Buffalo Hunt One of the many thrills in "The Covered Wagon" FIVE hundred bison, the only large herd in existence, were used in the hunt scenes. Several hundred mounted men actually risked their lives in these scenes, which are absolutely genuine from start to finish. Adapted by Jack Cunningham from the novel by Emerson Hough C£ Gparamount Cpicture This is one of the things which make "The Covered Wagon" the greatest theatrical attraction in all screen history.