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Rate This Edwin S. Porter 5.2/10 5 reels United States Silent film
English intertitles Rosemonde Gerard, Maurice Rostand July 10, 1913 (preview)
March 1, 1914 (nationwide) Mary pickford a good little devil tribute to play and mostly lost movie is a 1914 silent film starring Mary Pickford (her first feature-length film), produced by Adolph Zukor and Daniel Frohman, and distributed on a 'State's Rights' basis. A Good Little Devil
Pickford, along with friend Lillian Gish, appeared in the Broadway play version of the story prior to Pickford making this film. Much of the cast of the play appeared in the film version. This film is essentially lost, with only one of the five reels surviving.
Mary Pickford - Juliet
Ernest Truex - Charles MacLance
William Norris - Mrs. MacMiche
Iva Merlin - Betsy
Wilda Bennett - Queen Mab
Arthur Hill - Rab, the dog
Edward Connelly - Old Nick, Sr.
Etienne Girardot - Old Nick, Jr.
David Belasco - himself
Paul Kelly - unknown role (unbilled)
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