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  Francis Ford and Grace Cunard.
Photograph: Silent Era image collection.
Lucille Love, the Girl of Mystery
Also known as Lucille Love, la chica misteriosa in Venezuela : {Lucille Love, Girl of Mystery}
(1914) American
B&W : Serial / 30 reels
Directed by Francis Ford

Cast: Grace Cunard [Lucille Love], Francis Ford [Hugo Loubeque], Harry Schumm [Lieutenant Gibson], Ernest Shields [Thompson, the butler], E.M. Keller (Edgar Keller) [Sumpter Love], Eddie Boland [the government aviator], Burton Law [the native chief], Doris Baker [the native chief’s daughter], Harry L. Rattenbury [the captain], Lionel Bradshaw, Louise Glaum, Jean Hathaway, Wilbur Higby, Lewis Short (Lew Short), Eva Thatcher, Billy White (William White), Baby Carmen De Rue [a child], Jack Feeney (John Ford) [Francis Ford’s stunt double]

The Universal Film Manufacturing Company, Incorporated production; distributed by The Universal Film Manufacturing Company, Incorporated [Universal Gold Seal]. / Scenario by Grace Cunard and Otis Turner [?] + [Francis Ford]?, from a [?] screen story? by [?] James Kelly or James Keley? Production supervision by Otis Turner. Properties by Jack Feeney (John Ford). Production assistant, Jack Feeney (John Ford). Cinematography by Edward Ullman. / Fifteen episodes (two reels each): [1] released 14 April 1914; [2] released 21 April 1914; [3] released 28 April 1914; [4] released 5 May 1914; [5] released 12 May 1914; [6] released 19 May 1914; [7] released 26 May 2016; [8] released 2 June 1914; [9] released 9 June 1914; [10] released 16 June 1914; [11] released 23 June 1914; [12] released 30 June 1914; [13] released 7 July 1914; [14] released 14 July 1914; [15] released 21 July 1914. / Standard 35mm spherical 1.37:1 format. / The production was initiated as a two-reel western film but was converted into a serial. The episodes were not individually titled.

Drama: Espionage.

Survival status: The film is presumed lost : Incomplete prints exist of four episodes.

Current rights holder: Public domain.

Keywords: Espionage: Spies - Serials

Listing updated: 4 June 2016.

References: Bardèche-History p. 69; Braff-Short n. 13719; Braff-Universal n. 4899; Drew-Speaking p. 164; Edmonds-BigU pp. 36-38, 39, 40, 42, 51; Gallagher-Ford pp. 7, 8, 13; Hirschhorn-Universal p. 12; Lahue-Bound p. 79; Lahue-Continued pp. 19-20, 157, 286; Sinclair-Ford p. 229; Stedman-Serials p. 10; Tarbox-Lost p. 172 : ClasIm-204 p. 14; ClasIm-224 p. 42 : Website-IMDb; Website-SerSq : with additional information provided by W. Dustin Alligood.

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