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The Girl Who Stayed at Home
B&W : Seven reels / 6672 feet
Directed by D.W. Griffith
Cast: Adolphe Lestina [Monsieur Le France], Carol Dempster [Mademoiselle Blossom], Frances Parks [the chum], Richard Barthelmess [Ralph Grey], Syn de Conde (Syndeconde) [Count de Brissac], Robert Harron [Jim Grey], George Fawcett [his father], Kate Bruce [Jim’s mother], Edward Peil [the Turnverein terror], Clarine Seymour [Cutie Beautiful], Tully Marshall [Cutie’s old friend], David Butler [August Kent], Provost Marshal General E.H. Crowder [himself], General Peyton Conway March [himself], Secretary of War Newton Baker [himself]
D.W. Griffith production; distributed by Famous Players-Lasky Corporation (Paramount Pictures Corporation) [Paramount-Artcraft Pictures]. / Produced by D.W. Griffith. Scenario by Stanner E.V. Taylor and D.W. Griffith. Cinematography by G.W. Bitzer. / © 10 March 1919 by D.W. Griffith [LP13496]. Premiered 23 March 1919 at the Mark Strand Theatre in New York, New York. Released 23 March 1919. / Standard 35mm spherical 1.37:1 format.
Survival status: Print exists in the film holdings of Cohen Media Group (Raymond Rohauer collection) [35mm positive].
Current rights holder: Public domain.
Keywords: Americans (Abroad) - War: World War I (28 July 1914-11 November 1918)
Listing updated: 24 September 2013.
References: Barry-Griffith pp. 56, 57-58, 60; Katchmer-Eighty p. 20 : ClasIm-224 p. 38 : Website-AFI.
Home video: DVD.