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20 October 1910 (USA) See more »
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Cast

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Verner Clarges ... C.W. Bourne
Stephanie Longfellow ... Alice Bourne
Dorothy West ... Martha Bourne
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Clara T. Bracy ... The Maid
Edward Dillon ... Criminal
John T. Dillon ... Policeman (as Jack Dillon)
Gladys Egan
Frank Evans ... Policeman

Robert Harron ... Messenger (unconfirmed)
Guy Hedlund ... Policeman
Dell Henderson ... Policeman
George Nichols ... The Police Sergeant
Anthony O'Sullivan ... Criminal
Alfred Paget ... A Butler
Vivian Prescott ... The Banker's Youngest Daughter (unconfirmed)
Henry B. Walthall ... Criminal
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Directed by
D.W. Griffith 
 
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Earl Hodge 

Cinematography by
G.W. Bitzer 
 

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16 min (16 fps)
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