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Also known as [The Devil’s Pepper Pot]
B&W : Seven reels / 6523 feet
Directed by [?] Thomas H. Ince and/or Charles Giblyn?
Cast: Billie Burke [Peggy Cameron], William H. Thompson [Andrew Cameron], William Desmond [Reverend Donald Bruce], Charles Ray [Colin Cameron], Nona Thomas [Janet McLeod], Gertrude Claire [Mrs. Cameron], Truly Shattuck [Mrs. Van Allyn]
New York Motion Picture Corporation production; distributed by Triangle Film Corporation [Kay-Bee]. / Produced by Thomas H. Ince. Scenario by C. Gardner Sullivan. Laboratory supervision by Alfred Brandt. Music score by Victor Schertzinger. / © 21 January 1916 by Triangle Film Corporation [LU7466]. Released 15 January 1916. / Standard 35mm spherical 1.37:1 format. / Burke was paid $50,000 to star in this film, her motion picture debut.
Survival status: (unknown)
Current rights holder: Public domain.
Keywords: Americans (Abroad) - United Kingdom: Scotland
Listing updated: 26 April 2010.
References: Lahue-Triangle pp. 78, 127; Tarbox-Lost p. 252 : Website-AFI.