Vengeance—And the Woman
VENGEANCE—AND THE WOMAN was filmed, in part, on Santa Cruz Island in 1917.
In the News~
January 26, 1918 [Motography, p. 171]: “Spend Ten Days on Wild Island. William Duncan, star and director of the Vitagraph serial “Vengeance—and the Woman,” celebrated the holidays by retaking scenes by day for two later episodes of the serial and cutting scenes by night. Notwithstanding the cold weather and the fact the company lived in tents, many beautiful scenes were taken during a sojourn of ten days at Santa Cruz Islands [sic], off southern California. While there, Carol Holloway and Mr. Duncan jumped from a fifty-foot cliff on a horse's back into the sea. This thrill is but one of the many which appear in the tenth episode.”