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1 March 1915 (USA) See more »
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A visualized intermezzo that runs the full gamut of human emotions
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Miriam, a young Russian girl has an unfortunate love affair and is threatened with disgrace by having a child out of wedlock... See more » | Add synopsis »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Nance O'Neil ... Miriam Friedlander

Theda Bara ... Celia Friedlander
Henry Bergman ... Raphael Friedlander

William E. Shay ... Gregor Randor
Maude Turner Gordon ... Rebecca Friedlander (as Maud Turner Gordon)
Mrs. Allen Walker ... Natasha
John Daly Murphy ... Sam Friedlander
Mimi Yvonne ... David Randor
Sidney Cushing ... G. Belushoff
Anne Sutherland ... Olga Belushoff
Rhea Van Ole ... Maid

Directed by
Herbert Brenon 
 
Writing credits
Leo Tolstoy (story) (as Count Leo Tolstoi)

Jacob Gordin (play)

Herbert Brenon (scenario)

Cinematography by
Phil Rosen  (as Philip E. Rosen)
 
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William Fox .... presenter
 

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50 min
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1.33 : 1 See more »
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USA:Passed (National Board of Review)
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Version of La sonata a Kreutzer (1985) (TV)See more »

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