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Where Are My Children? (1916)

Approved | | Drama | May 1916 (USA)
A District Attorney's outspoken stand on abortion gets him in trouble with the local community.

Directors:

(uncredited), (uncredited)

Writers:

(from the story by) (as L. Payton), (from the story by) (as F. Hall) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Complete credited cast:
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District Attorney Richard Walton (as Mr. Tyrone Power)
Mrs. Tyrone Power ...
Mrs. Richard Walton (as Helen Riaume)
Marie Walcamp ...
Mrs. William Carlo
Cora Drew ...
Walton's Housekeeper
Rena Rogers ...
Lillian - Housekeeper's Daughter
A.D. Blake ...
Roger - Mrs. Walton's Brother
Juan de la Cruz ...
Dr. Herman Malfit
C. Norman Hammond ...
Dr. William Homer
William J. Hope ...
Richard's Brother-in-Law - a Eugenic Husband
Marjorie Blynn ...
Richard's Sister - a Eugenic Wife
William Haben ...
Dr. Gilding
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Storyline

While prosecuting a physician for the death of a client after an abortion, the district attorney discovers that his wife helped her society friends and the daughter of her maid obtain and pay for abortions from the physician (and was perhaps herself also a client.) Written by Anonymous

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May 1916 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

The Illborn  »

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1.33 : 1
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Universal's most successful release of 1916. See more »

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District Attorney Richard Walton: Where are my children?
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Good Movie
12 December 2000 | by (Albany, NY) – See all my reviews

I was very impressed. First of all, the acting was quite good for a silent film, IMO. They really got the emotions across very well. Also, the continuity and the results of the actions were very true. I wish I could get this movie.


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