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A Tale of Two Cities (1917 film)

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Director  Frank Lloyd
Country  United States
6.2/10 IMDb

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A Tale of Two Cities (1917 film) FileA Tale of Two Cities 1917 2jpg Wikimedia Commons
Language  Silent English intertitles
Release date  March 11, 1917
Writer  Charles Dickens (novel), Frank Lloyd (scenario), Frank Lloyd (screenplay)

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A Tale of Two Cities is a 1917 American silent historical drama film directed by Frank Lloyd and starring William Farnum, Jewel Carmen, and Charles Clary. 1911 film of the same name. The film is based on Charles Dickens' novel of the same title, which has been filmed a number of times.

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Plot summary

A Tale of Two Cities (1917 film) 1917 Movies Silently

During the French Revolution a British lawyer courageously takes the place of a French aristocrat sentenced to be guillotined.

Cast

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  • William Farnum as Charles Darnay / Sydney Carton
  • Jewel Carmen as Lucie Manette
  • Charles Clary as Marquis St.Evenmonde
  • Herschel Mayall as Jacques Defarge
  • Rosita Marstini as Madame Therese Defarge
  • Josef Swickard as Dr. Alexandre Manette
  • Ralph Lewis as Roger Cly
  • William Clifford as Gabelle
  • Marc Robbins as Jarvis Lorry
  • Olive White as Miss Pross
  • Willard Louis as Mr. CJ Stryver
  • Harry De Vere as Gaspard
  • Florence Vidor as Mimi

  • A Tale of Two Cities (1917 film) A Tale of Two Cities 1917 A Silent Film Review Movies Silently

    References

    A Tale of Two Cities (1917 film) Wikipedia
    A Tale of Two Cities (1917 film) IMDb A Tale of Two Cities (1917 film) themoviedb.org


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