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To Hell with the Kaiser!
Also known as {The Hell with the Kaiser}
(1918) American
B&W : Seven reels
Directed by George Irving

Cast: Lawrence Grant [The Kaiser; and Robert Graubel], Olive Tell [Alice Monroe], Betty Howe [Ruth Monroe], John Sunderland [Winslow Dodge], Earl Schenck [the crown prince], Mabel Wright [the empress], Frank Currier [Professor Monroe], Carl Dane (Karl Dane) [Von Hollweg], Walter P. Lewis [Satan], Henry Carvill [Bismarck], Charles Hartley [Count Zeppelin], Emil Hoch [Von Hindenburg], George Trimble [Von Tirpitz], Frank Farrington [General Pershing], W.J. Gross [the councillor], May McAvoy [the wounded girl], Maud Hill [the mother superior], P. Reybo [Von Mackensen], Allan Walker, Margaret McWade, Marion Stewart, George Ridell, Bertha Willsea, Maureen Powers

Screen Classics, Incorporated, production; distributed by Metro Pictures Corporation [All-Star Series]. / Scenario by June Mathis. Production supervision by Maxwell Karger. Art direction by Ferdinand Earle (Ferdinand Pinney Earle). Assistant directors, Albert H. Kelley and Alfred Raboch. Cinematography by George K. Hollister. / © 5 July 1918 by Metro Pictures Corporation [LP12628]. Released 30 June 1918. / Standard 35mm spherical 1.33:1 format.


Survival status: (unknown)

Current rights holder: Public domain.

Keywords: Americans (Abroad) - War: World War I (28 July 1914-11 November 1918)

Listing updated: 9 November 2009.

References: Bohn-Light p. 116; Drew-Speaking pp. 115, 278 : Website-AFI.

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