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The Black Crook (1916)

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Amina loves Rudolph and turns the powerful Count Wolfenstein down when he proposes to her. In a jealous rage, Wolfenstein throws Rudolph into a dungeon. Meanwhile, Hertzog, "The Black Crook... See full summary »

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Cast

Cast overview:
Edward P. Sullivan ...
Hertzog, 'The Black Crook' (as E.P. Sullivan)
Gladys Coburn ...
Amina
Roland Bottomley ...
Rudolph
Henry Hallam ...
Count Wolfenstein (as Henry Hallem)
Charles De Forrest ...
Greppo, The Black Crook's drudge
Mae Thompson ...
Stalacia, The Fairy Queen
Frank Leonard
Helen Lindroth
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Amina loves Rudolph and turns the powerful Count Wolfenstein down when he proposes to her. In a jealous rage, Wolfenstein throws Rudolph into a dungeon. Meanwhile, Hertzog, "The Black Crook," has a deal with the devil: he must hand over to Satan one soul each year or find himself banished to Hell. With only 24 hours left before the year ends, Hertzog focuses all of his attention on Amina and Rudolph, believing them to be weakened from despair and therefore easy prey. Written by Fiona Kelleghan <fkelleghan@aol.com>

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10 January 1916 (USA)  »

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This marked the first time chorus numbers were created exclusively for a film. See more »

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Referenced in Omnibus: The American Musical Comedy (1956) See more »

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