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The White Moll (1920)

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Cast

Cast overview:
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Rhoda, The White Moll
Richard Travers ...
The Adventurer / The Pug (as Richard C. Travers)
Jack Baston ...
The Dangler (as J. Thornton Baston)
Walter P. Lewis ...
The Sparrow (as Walter Lewis)
Eva Gordon ...
Gypsy Nan
John Woodford ...
Father Michael
George Pauncefort ...
Rhoda's Father
Charles Slattery ...
Detective Henry (as Charles J. Slattery)
John P. Wade ...
The Rich Man
William Harvey ...
Skinny
Blanche Davenport ...
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Her One Thought Was To destroy---To Plunder---She Went Too Far, Then The Light came And---But See This Remarkable Crook Play Supreme (Print Ad)

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Crime | Drama

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24 July 1920 (USA)  »

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Rédemptrice  »

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To divert attention from blood spots on the floor, Pearl White cuts her hand on a broken lamp so that it bleeds. However, a few minutes later the wound is completely healed, and when another character squeezes her hand, she gives no indication that there had ever been any kind of wound there at all. See more »

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