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Du Barry
Also known as {DuBarry}
(1914) American-Italian
B&W : Six reels
Directed by Edoardo Bencivenga

Cast: Mrs. Leslie Carter [Jeanette Vaubernier, later known as Madame Du Barry], Richard Thornton [King Louis XV of France], A. Hamilton Reville [De Cossé Brissac], Campbell Gollan [Comte Jean Du Barry], Louis Payne [the papal Nuncio], Mr. Pouget [Denys, Madame Du Barry’s servant], Miss Rawlinson [Hortense, the head milliner], Corah Adams [Marquise de Crenay], Miss Robinson [Marie Antoinette], Miss Wilkins [Sophia, a maid], Mr. Barker [Duc de Richelieu], Mr. Cherney [Maupeau], Mrs. Eden [Madame La Gourdan]

Photo Drama Company and Società Anonima Ambrosio production; distributed by George Kleine. / Produced by George Kleine. Scenario by Arrigo Frusta, from the play [?] adaptation? Du Barry by David Belasco [?] from the novel Memoirs d’un médecin by Alexandre Dumas? Presented by George Kleine. / © 13 April 1914 by George Kleine [LU2497]. © 25 December 1914 by George Kleine [LP4365]. Premiered 25 December 1914 in Chicago, Illinois. Trade preview, 10 January 1915 in New York, New York. Released 18 January 1915. / Standard 35mm spherical 1.33:1 format. / The novel was subsequently filmed as Du Barry (1917).

Drama: Historical.

Survival status: (unknown)

Current rights holder: Public domain.

Listing updated: 17 May 2012.

References: Ball-Shakespeare pp. 211, 386; Tarbox-Lost p. 185 : Website-AFI.

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