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Director  Joseph Henabery
Genre  Comedy
Duration  
7.2/10 IMDb

Producer  Jesse L. Lasky
Distributor  Paramount Pictures
Country  United States
Stephen Steps Out STEPHEN STEPS OUT Long Daybill Movie poster 1923 JOHN RICHARDSON
Language  Silent (English intertitles)
Release date  November 18, 1923
Writer  Edfrid A. Bingham, Richard Harding Davis (story)
Cast  Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., Harry Myers
Similar movies  Women Love Diamonds (1927)

Stephen Steps Out is a lost 1923 American silent film that is notable as being the first starring role for the still teenaged Douglas Fairbanks, Jr.. Directed by Joseph Henabery, it was based on a short story by Richard Harding Davis, "The Grand Cross of the Desert." This is a lost film.

With this film the young Fairbanks Jr. opted for a screen career despite opposition from his famous father, Douglas Fairbanks.

"I was terribly chubby," recalled Fairbanks Jr. "Did it for the money. When my parents separated, it was hardly amicable and mother and I needed to eat. Movie companies were willing to exploit my famous name. I didn't really understand that at the time."

Cast

  • Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. as Stephen Harlow Jr.
  • Theodore Roberts as Stephen Harlow Sr.
  • Noah Beery, Sr. as Muley Pasha
  • Harry Myers as Harry Stetson
  • Frank Currier as Doctor Lyman Black
  • James O. Barrows as Professor Gilman
  • Fannie Midgley as Mrs. Gilman (*aka Fanny Midgley)
  • Bertram Johns as Virgil Smythe
  • George Field as Osman
  • Maurice Freeman as Rustem
  • Fred Warren as the sultan
  • Pat Moore as the sultan's son
  • Jack Herbert as secretary
  • Frank Nelson as hotel proprietor
  • References

    Stephen Steps Out Wikipedia
    Stephen Steps Out IMDb


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