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The World, the Flesh and the Devil (1914)

 |  Crime, Drama  |  July 1914 (USA)
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A crooked lawyer schemes to dispossess the heir to a baronetcy.

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Cast

Cast overview:
Frank Esmond ...
Nicholas Brophy
Stella St. Audrie ...
Caroline Stanger
Warwick Wellington ...
Sir James Hall
Charles Carter ...
Rupert Stanger / Dyke
Rupert Harvey ...
Robert Hall
Jack Denton ...
George Grigg
Gladys Cunningham ...
Mrs. Brophy
Frances Midgeley ...
Gertrude Grant
Mercy Hatton ...
Lady Hall
H. Agar Lyons ...
Nell Carter ...
Beatrice Cuthbert
Frank Stather ...
Inspector Toplin
Roger Hamilton ...
Wylde
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A crooked lawyer schemes to dispossess the heir to a baronetcy.

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kinemacolor | based on play | See All (2) »

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A £10,000 Picture Play in Actual Colours

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Crime | Drama

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July 1914 (USA)  »

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