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United States Fourth Liberty Loan Drive
(1918) American
B&W : (length unknown)
Directed by [?] Hugo Ballin?

Cast: Roscoe Arbuckle [himself], Alice Brady [herself], George M. Cohan [himself], Dorothy Dalton [herself], Douglas Fairbanks [himself], William Farnum [himself], Geraldine Farrar [herself], William Faversham [himself], Elsie Ferguson [herself], Pauline Frederick [herself], Lillian Gish [herself], William S. Hart [himself], Sessue Hayakawa [himself], Madge Kennedy [herself], Harold Lockwood [himself], Mae Marsh [herself], Tom Moore [himself], Mae Murray [herself], Mabel Normand [herself], Mary Pickford [herself], Wallace Reid [himself], Emily Stevens [herself], Edith Storey [herself], Norma Talmadge [herself]

United States Government production. / Production supervised by E.L. Hyman, Director of Pictures Division of the Commission on Training Camp Activities. / Released November 1918. / Standard 35mm spherical 1.37:1 format. / [?] Fussell-Normand p. 264 lists the title as United States Fourth Liberty Loan Drive, The Story of the Biggest Game Ever Played and as being released in August 1918.

[?] Documentary?-Drama?

Survival status: (unknown)

Current rights holder: Public domain.

Listing updated: 19 July 2008.

References: Edmonds-Arbuckle p. 264; Fussell-Normand p. 264.

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