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Uploaded on Feb 23, 2012
Succesful Swedish actor/director Sjöström started working in Hollywood in 1924 using the anglicised name Victor Seastrom. "The Wind" was his last silent film. Sjöström turned out to be uncomfortable directing talkies and soon returned to Sweden, where he would much later star in Igmar Bergman's "Till glädje" (To Joy) and "Smultronstället" (Wild Strawberries).
The wind that plagues Lillian Gish in this film was mostly created by the propellers of eight aircraft.