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Leah Kleschna (1913)

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The daughter of a master jewel thief continues his ways, but relents when caught by a man who shows her the error of her ways instead of calling the police. Her reformation is clouded when ... See full summary »

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Carlotta Nillson ...
Leah Kleschna
House Peters ...
Paul Sylvain
Hal Clarendon ...
Kleschna
Alexander Gaden ...
Schram
Frank Hall Crane ...
Raoul Berton (as Frank H. Crane)
Vincent Sternroyd ...
General Berton
Madlaine Traverse ...
Claire Berton (as Madeline Traverse)
Anabel Dennison ...
Charlotte
Eleanor Flowers ...
Sophie (as Elenore Flowers)
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The daughter of a master jewel thief continues his ways, but relents when caught by a man who shows her the error of her ways instead of calling the police. Her reformation is clouded when the family jewels later disappear, and she must clear her name. Written by Steven Dhuey

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Crime | Drama

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10 December 1913 (USA)  »

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Produced as a Broadway play 3 times: in 1904, 1905 and in 1924. (last revival info:) Leah Kleschna (1924). Drama (revival). Written by C.M.S. McLellan. Lyric Theatre: 21 Apr 1924- May 1924 (closing date unknown/32 performances). Cast: Katharine Alexander (as "Sophie Chaponniere"), Edith Barker, Ulric Collins, Hal Crane, Arnold Daly (as "Kleschna"), Henry Davies, William Faversham, Helen Gahagan (as "Leah Kleschna"), Mary Hone, Arnold Korff (as "General Berton"), José Ruben (as "Schram"), Lowell Sherman (as "Raoul Berton"). Produced by William A. Brady. See more »

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Version of The Girl Who Came Back (1918) See more »

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