Photograph of "Old Ironsides" replica in a staged sea battle used for a motion picture, showing small village in background clearly in view, ca.1926. At center, a large vessel is seen from its starboard side moving in a harbor surrounded by white smoke on its portside. A white stripe lines the body of the vessel and sixteen cannon hatches are visible on its side. The tops of the three main masses are visible. Two square sails are hung near the body of the ship, and another sail is seen near its stern. A single American flag hangs near this sail. A small, triangular sail can be seen stretched near the bow. In the background behind the ship, at least eight other ships are seen on the water. Some of the ships are obscured by the heavy smoke. In the extreme background, a small village is visible along the water's edge at the mountain's base. The village is composed of several square, layered buildings. Behind the village, the large mountain filled with various vegetation is framed against the sky.; Description on back of photograph reads: "Reliving the Battle of Tripoli Bay -- American and Tripolitan fighting vessels lining in battle formation for the big sea encounter in James Cruze's "Old Ironsides". illustrates historical and romantic story of early American sea fleet which Laurence Stalling wrote for Paramount. In the center of the picture may be seen a exact duplicate of the frigate Constitution, America's most gallant sea-warrior. Those featured in the cast of "Old Ironsides" are Esther Ralston, Wallace Beery, George Bancroft, Charles Farrell, and Johnnie Walker".