California (1927 film)

California is a 1927 American Western silent film directed by W. S. Van Dyke and written by Marian Ainslee, Ruth Cummings and Frank Davis. The film stars Tim McCoy, Dorothy Sebastian, Marc McDermott, Frank Currier and Fred Warren. The film was released on May 7, 1927, by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.

Cast

  • Tim McCoy as Capt. Archibald Gillespie
  • Dorothy Sebastian as Carlotta del Rey
  • Marc McDermott as Drachano
  • Frank Currier as Don Carlos del Rey
  • Fred Warren as Kit Carson
  • Lillian Leighton as Duenna
  • Edwin Terry as Brig. Gen. Stephen W. Kearny
  • References

    External links

  • California at the Internet Movie Database

  • Latest News for: California jobless

    Edit

    Business briefs 9/30/22

    The Scranton Times-Tribune 30 Sep 2022
    WASHINGTON ... The more limited bill would give states an upper hand over companies in choosing the location of courts that decide federal antitrust cases. Proponents say this would avert the “home-court advantage” that Big Tech companies enjoy in federal court in Northern California, where many of the cases are tried ... Jobless claims fall unexpectedly....
    Edit

    Napa County jobless rate inches up

    Napa Valley Register 20 Sep 2022
    This compares with an unadjusted unemployment rate of 4.1% for California and 3.8% for the nation during the same period ... Napa County jobless rate dips in July ... Napa County, tied with Sonoma County, had the sixth-lowest jobless rate in California....
    Edit

    Bay Area and California job markets slow in big way as economy wobbles

    Santa Cruz Sentinel 16 Sep 2022
    The job markets in the Bay Area and California suffered big slowdowns in the pace of ... California’s unemployment rate worsened to 4.1% in August, higher than the 3.9% jobless rate in July, which at the time was an all-time low for the economic benchmark....
    Edit

    Southern California hiring stalls in August, worst job growth in 11 months

    LA Daily News 16 Sep 2022
    Southern California’s bosses essentially stopped hiring in August, boosting employment across the region by only 100 positions ... Still, the Southern California job count is 32,400 below February 2020, or 99.6% of staffing in the last month before COVID-19 arrived ... Southern California’s unemployment rate didn’t budge....
    ×