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Writers:
Frank Lloyd (adaptation)
Georges Ohnet (story)
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Release Date:
30 April 1917 (USA) See more »
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Plot:
William Armstrong, an American whose family is from France, inherits an iron mine in France. With his sister Betty... See more » | Add synopsis »

Cast

  (in credits order)

William Farnum ... William Armstrong

Jewel Carmen ... Claire de Beaulieu

Bertram Grassby ... Gaston - Duc de Bligny

Willard Louis ... M. Moulinet
Lillian West ... Marie Moulinet
Genevieve Blinn ... Marquise de Beaulieu
Allan Forrest ... Octave de Beaulieu (as Alan Forrest)

Florence Vidor ... Betty Armstrong
Mortimer Jaffe ... Jimmy
Marc Robbins ... Henri Gaudet

Josef Swickard ... Baron de Prefont

Directed by
Frank Lloyd 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Frank Lloyd  adaptation
Georges Ohnet  story "Le Maître de Forges"
F. McGrew Willis 

Cinematography by
William C. Foster  (as Billy Foster)
 

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USA:60 min
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1.33 : 1 See more »
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Version of The Iron Master (1914)See more »

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