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Great Expectations (1917 film)

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Screenplay  Paul West
Cast  Jack Pickford
Country  United States
6.5/10 IMDb

Genre  Drama
Story by  Charles Dickens
Duration  
Great Expectations (1917 film) movie poster
Language  Silent English intertitles
Director  Robert G. Vignola Paul West
Release date  January 8, 1917 (1917-01-08)
Based on  Great Expectations  by Charles Dickens
Writer  Charles Dickens (novel), Doty Hobart, Paul West
Directors  Robert G. Vignola, Paul West
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Great Expectations is a lost 1917 silent drama film directed by Robert G. Vignola and Paul West, based on the novel Great Expectations by Charles Dickens. Jack Pickford stars as Pip and Louise Huff as Estella.

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Plot

A young boy, Pip, runs into an escaped convict at his local churchyard. Pip does favours for Magwitch (the convict), such as bringing him food etc. until Magwitch is eventually arrested and deported to Australia.

Cast

  • Jack Pickford as Pip
  • Louise Huff as Estella
  • Frank Losee as Abel Magwitch, alias Provis
  • William Black as Joe Gargery
  • Marcia Harris as Mrs. Gargery
  • Grace Barton as Miss Havisham
  • Herbert Prior as Mr. Jaggers
  • References

    Great Expectations (1917 film) Wikipedia
    Great Expectations (1917 film) IMDb


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