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Director:
Writers:
Frank Froest (novel)
Frank Froest (story)
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Release Date:
18 June 1917 (USA) See more »
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Plot:
Jimmie Hallet is walking through a heavy fog one night when, seemingly out of nowhere, a girl appears... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order)

Dorothy Kelly ... Peggy Greye-Stratton
Earle Williams ... Jimmie Hallet

Julia Swayne Gordon ... Gwennie Lyne
Gordon Gray ... Cincinnati Red
Bernard Siegel ... Dago Sam (as Bernard Seigel)

Denton Vane ... Ling
John S. Robertson ... Undetermined Role (as John Robertson)

Robert Gaillard ... Undetermined Role
Frank Crayne ... Undetermined Role

Directed by
Paul Scardon 
 
Writing credits
Frank Froest (novel)

Frank Froest (story)

Garfield Thompson (scenario) and
Edward J. Montagne (scenario)

Cinematography by
Robert A. Stuart 
 

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Also Known As:
"Millionaire Hallets' Adventure" - USA (alternative title)
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1.33 : 1 See more »
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A print of this film is held by the Library of Congress.See more »

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