Differing considerably from Henrik Ibsen's classic play, the basic story of a woman who forges her father's name and comes to grief therefore is retained.

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Thorvald Helmar (as H.E. Herbert)
Alex Shannon ...
Krogstadt (as Alex K. Shannon)
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Warren Cook ...
Zelda Crosby ...
Ellen, the Maid
Mrs. R.S. Anderson ...
Anna, the Nurse
Baby Ivy Ward ...
Helmar Child (as Ivy Ward)
Tula Belle ...
Helmar Child
Douglas Redmond ...
Charles Crompton ...
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Differing considerably from Henrik Ibsen's classic play, the basic story of a woman who forges her father's name and comes to grief therefore is retained. Written by Jim Beaver <jumblejim@prodigy.net>

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9 June 1918 (USA)  »

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Maison de poupée  »

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