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Let 'Er Go Gallegher was a 1928 film based on the Gallegher character from American author Richard Harding Davis' 1891 publication Gallegher and Other Stories. In the story, Gallegher is a copy boy at a newspaper who become an investigator. The character was also adapted into a film in 1917.
The 1928 film Let 'Er Go Gallegher included a cast with Frank Coghlan Jr., Harrison Ford, and Elinor Fair. It was directed by Elmer Clifton from a screenplay by Elliott J. Clawson. Lucien Andriot was the cinematographer and it was a Harold McLernon and Stephen Goosson production for DeMille Pictures Corporation.
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