GenreCrime, Drama Story byEdwin M. Stanton Duration
DirectorJohn B. OBrien ScreenplayEdwin M. Stanton CinematographySol Polito CountryUnited States
LanguageSilent (English intertitles) Release dateOctober 1, 1917 WriterEdwin M. Stanton (story) CastEdna Goodrich, Dora Mills Adams, P. Tamato, Lucile Taft, William Walcott, Jack Hopkins, Hugh Thompson Similar moviesThe Eternal Grind (1916)
Queen X is a 1917 American silent crime-drama film directed by John B. O'Brien and produced and released through the Mutual Film Company. Stage personality Edna Goodrich, a former wife of Nat C. Goodwin, is the star.
The film survives in the Library of Congress collection.
Edna Goodrich - Janice Waltham, Queen X
Hugh Thompson - George Evans
Lucille Taft - Miriam Evans
Dora Adams - Mrs. Evans
William Wolcott - Arnold Somers
Jack Hopkins - Nippo
P. Tamato - Togo
Like many American films of the time, Queen X was subject to cuts by city and state film censorship boards. The Chicago Board of Censors required a cut of two opium den scenes, the preparing of an opium pipe, and two scenes of a party slumming in the opium den.