Photograph of "Old Ironsides" replica in a staged sea battle used for a motion picture, showing small village in background slightly obscured by smoke, ca.1926. On the left, a large vessel is seen moving in a harbor surrounded by white smoke. A white stripe lines the body of the vessel and twelve cannon hatches are visible on its side. The tops of three masts are visible above the smoke, and the tilted mast near the bow is also visible. A single, triangular sail is stretched across the front of the ship. The rest of the ship is heavily obscured by the thick smoke. On the far right, the front of another ship is also seen. Three erect masts and a tilted mast on the bow are also seen. Several square sails and two triangular sails are seen open on the ship. Smoke is visible moving across the water on the right side of the boat out of view. In the background, three smaller ships sitting near a village coastline is visible. In the extreme background, large hills filled with various vegetation can be seen.; Description on the back of the photograph reads: "The frigate Constitution, the blazing symbol of valor and patriotism lives again -- this time upon celluloid. She is here shown on the left, discharging a broadside at the Barbary Coast pirates for a scene in James Cruze's "Old Ironsides". The vessel, an exact duplicate of the original Constitution, was constructed in Long Beach, California, from the blue-prints of the real ship. Featured players in "Old Ironsides", a Paramount production, are Esther Ralston, Wallace Beery, George Bancroft, Charles Farrell, and Johnnie Walker".