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Cast and Credits
|Production||Thanhouser Film Corporation|
|Pathé Exchange, Inc. [(as Gold Rooster Play)]|
|Director||Ernest C. Warde|
|Based on||Wilkie Collins [Novel: The Woman In White (1860)]|
|Director of Photography||William M. Zollinger [(as William M. Zollinger)]|
|Cast||Florence LaBadie [Ann Catherick / Laura Fairlie]|
|Richard Neill [Sir Percival Glyde (as Richard R. Neill)]|
|Gertrude Dallas [Marian Holcombe]|
|Arthur Bauer [Count Fosco (as Arthur Bower)]|
|Wayne Arey [Walter Hartridge]|
|John H. Gilmour [Frederic Fairlie]|
|Claude Cooper [Nicola Pesca]|
Category: Feature Film
Technical Details: Format: 35 mm, 1:1,33 - Ratio: 1:1,33 - Black and White,, 6000 feet, 6 reels
Sound System: silent
First Screening: July 1, 1917 in USA
Survival Status: Prints of this picture exist [Archiv: Library of Congress (Washington)]
The Woman in White is a motion picture produced in the year 1917 as a USA production. The Film was directed by Ernest C. Warde, with Florence LaBadie, Richard Neill, Gertrude Dallas, Arthur Bauer, Wayne Arey, in the leading parts. The movie had its first screening on July 01, 1917 in USA. We have currently no synopsis of this picture on file; There are no reviews of The Woman in White available.
Bibliography - Exhibitor's Trade Review, 30 June 1917 , pg 268.
- The Moving Picture World, 30 June 1917 , pg 2128.
- The Moving Picture World, 7 July 1917 , pg 140.
- The New York Dramatic Mirror, 7 July 1917 , pg 11.
- Wid's Film Daily, 28 June 1917 p, pg 408-09.
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