D.W. Griffith and the Biograph Company
The Biograph Company was the most influential American film studio of its time. In 1908 D.W. Griffith, the most important filmmaker in the history of world cinema, joined the company. Until late 1913 he served as Biograph's leading director and/or production supervisor for over 800 films. This fundamental reference guide details that work. Each film is fully documented, with production information, cast, and credits. Biograph refused to release the names of its players but here, for the first time, all of those players, major and minor, are authoritatively identified. With complete cross-index.
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1913 copyright 998 feet rl Actor Actress Adolph Lestina Alfred Paget Anita Hendrie Anthony O'Sullivan approx April Arthur Johnson Arthur Marvin Blanche Sweet Burglar California Charles Craig Charles H Charles Hill Mailes Charles Inslee Charles Murray Child Christy Cabanne Chrystie Miller Claire McDowell Cumpson D. W. Griffith daughter David Miles December Dorothy West Edward Dillon February film finished Florence Lawrence Fragment Frank Evans Frank Opperman Frank Powell G. W. Bitzer George Gebhardt George Hennessy Gertrude Robinson Girl Gladys Egan Grace Henderson Grandon Gus Pixley Guy Hedlund Harry Carey Harry Hyde Harry Solter James Kirkwood January Jeannie MacPherson Jersey Jersey/Studio Jiquel Lanoe John Joseph Graybill July June Kate Bruce Kate Toncray Linda Arvidson Lionel Barrymore Love Mack Sennett Maid March Marion Leonard Mary Pickford mother Nicholls November October Owen Moore Percy Higginson Policemen Reissued by Biograph Robert Harron September 1913 Studio Verner Clarges W. C. Robinson Walthall wife Wilfred Lucas York