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17 May 1913 (USA) See more »
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The opening, with Hester condemned to wear the blazing scarlet A, is back in England. It shows Hester in the garden of her home... See more » | Add synopsis »

Cast

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Linda Arvidson ... Hester Prynne (as Linda Griffith)
Charles Perley ... Rev. Arthur Dimmesdale
Murdock MacQuarrie ... Roger Chillingworth (as M.J. MacQuarrie)
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David Miles 
 
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Nathaniel Hawthorne  novel


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Color (Kinemacolor)
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As of 1999, one reel survives of this Kinemacolor production, and is being restored by the National Film Preservation Foundation.See more »
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Version of The Scarlet Letter (1973)See more »

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