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Second Fiddle (1923 film)

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Director  Frank Tuttle
Country  United States

Language  Silent (English intertitles)
Release date  January 14, 1923
Writer  James Ashmore Creelman (story), Frank Tuttle (story)

Second Fiddle is a 1923 American silent comedy-drama film directed by Frank Tuttle and distributed by W. W. Hodkinson. It stars Glenn Hunter and is an early appearance as a lead by actress Mary Astor. A copy of the film is in the Stanford Theatre Foundation collection of the UCLA Film and Television Archive.

Cast

  • Glenn Hunter as Jim Bradley
  • Mary Astor as Polly Crawford
  • Townsend Martin as Herbert Bradley
  • William Nally as Cragg
  • Leslie Stowe as George Bradley
  • Mary Foy as Mrs. Bradley
  • Helena Adamowska as Cragg's Daughter
  • Otto Lang as Dr. Crawford
  • Osgood Perkins as
  • References

    Second Fiddle (1923 film) Wikipedia
    Second Fiddle (1923 film) IMDb


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