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  • A print of the 1917 film exists and has been released on DVD.
  • The film is a remake of the 1917 film of the same name.
  • Venne was also in the 1917 film " Masks and Faces ".
  • Her best-known role was as Princess Irena in the 1917 film " The Fall of the Romanoffs ."
  • His first on-screen appearance was in the 1917 film " Luke's Lost Liberty " alongside Harold Lloyd.
  • In his first television appearance, Keaton recreated his first movie appearance, in the 1917 film " The Butcher Boy " with Fatty Arbuckle.
  • The black and white photo on the cover depicts silent movie star Theda Bara in the title role in the 1917 film " Cleopatra ".
  • She started acting in stage productions at an early age, and transitioned into film acting with her role portraying " 1917 film " Marie Tudor ".
  • Russell appears as himself in the 1917 film " The Fall of the Romanoffs ", directed by Herbert Brenon, which may have been a product of these efforts.
  • Salunke would later play the role of both Rama and Sita in Phalke's 1917 film " Lanka Dahan " and become the most popular actor and actress of his time.
  • ""'The Mystery of the Double Cross " "'is a 1917 film and one of the few American silent action film serials to survive in complete form.
  • His novel " Seven Keys to Baldpate " was popular in 1913, and George M . Cohan quickly adapted the novel as a hit Broadway 1917 film version, one of seven film versions of the play, and a 1935 revival.
  • William Farnum was " Fox's biggest male box-office attraction " when the movie was made, and had previously appeared in Lloyd's 1917 film adaptation of the Charles Dickens novel " A Tale of Two Cities ".
  • His 1917 film, " The Poor Little Rich Girl ", his 1918 film " The Last of the Mohicans " have since been deemed " culturally significant " by the United States Library of Congress and selected for preservation in the National Film Registry.
  • There were also only a few rules of censorship on a national level-such as not making the Tsars characters in a dramatized film-but the filmmakers were largely free to produce for the mass audience; local officials might be more stringent in censoring or banning films . 1917 film . ]]
  • The film story, created to cash in on the talents of the eight-year-old Temple and the rights to the " changing places " story, was obtained for $ 40, 000 to Gates and an additional $ 20, 000 to Mary Pickford's company which had made the 1917 film.
  • The films are D . W . Griffith's 10-minute " A Child of the Ghetto, " made in 1910; Charles Chaplin's 20-minute, 1917 film " The Immigrant "; Buster Keaton's " My Wife's Relations "; and Reginald Barker's 90-minute film " The Italian, " made in 1915.
  • Other films of the period that boasted of all-Indian casts included " In the Land of the Head Hunters " ( 1914 ); " Hiawatha " ( 1913 ), shot by F . E . Moore's production company; " The Vanishing Race ", a 1917 film made by the Edison Studios; and " Before the White Man Came " ( 1920 ), which employed Crow Indians and Cheyenne Indians as actors.
  • John Barrymore took the title role in the 1917 film Raffles, the Amateur Cracksman and in 1921, the year of Hornung's death, Gerald Ames took the role in " Mr Justice Raffles " . } } Further films followed in the years after his death, including " Raffles " ( 1939 ), starring David Niven; the last of these was a Samuel Goldwyn Productions remake of their own 1930 film, which the academic Victor E . Neuburg called the " most memorable portrayal " of the character.