Runaway June (1915)



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Norma Phillips ... June Moore
Jack W. Johnston ... Ned Warner (as J.W. Johnston)
Dora Mills Adams Dora Mills Adams ... Mrs. Moore
Alfred Fisher Alfred Fisher ... Mr. Moore
Arthur Donaldson ... Gilbert Blethering
Winifred Burke Winifred Burke ... Iris Blethering
George Marlo George Marlo ... Bobby Blethering (as George M. Marlo)
Evelyn Dumo Evelyn Dumo ... Marie
Myra Brooks Myra Brooks ... Aunt Debby
Charles Mason Charles Mason ... Charles Cunningham
Ezra Walck Ezra Walck ... Edwards
Marguerite Marsh ... Tommy Thomas / Marie the Apache (as Margarita Loveridge)
Ricca Allen ... Mrs. Honoria Blye
Elizabeth Drew Elizabeth Drew ... Mrs. Villard / Mimi / Mrs. Wiles
William Bailey ... Mr. Villard


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Release Date:

13 January 1915 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Middletown, New York, USA

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Production Co:

Reliance Film Company See more »
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Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Chapter titles: 1. The Runaway Bride 2. The Man with the Black Vandyke 3. Discharged 4. The New Governess 5. A Woman in Trouble 6. The Siege of the House of O'Keefe 7. The Tormentors 8. Her Enemies 9. Kidnapped 10. Trapped on a Liner 11. In the Clutch of the River Thieves 12. The Spirit of the Marsh 13. Trapped 14. In the Grip of Poverty 15. At Last, My Love See more »


Runaway June
words and music by Harold Freeman, c. 1915
Norma Phillips appearing in "Runaway June", serial photo play produced by Reliance Motion Picture Co.'
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hear the song "Runaway June" and read about the silent film serial
19 May 2015 | by humbugmswSee all my reviews

"Runaway June" (1915) was produced by the Reliance Film Co. with female interest in mind. The story was about a young married couple, and the wife was not very successful at household wifely chores. She is so embarrassed by being a failure, that she runs away. Violence and cliff hangers, the staple of serials, were avoided. There was serialization of the story in Ladies Home Journal and the Saturday Evening Post, two magazines with a large female readership. Reliance held a contest, with a female from each of the 48 states winning a paid trip to the Panama-Pacific Exposition in San Francisco. Despite all this hype, the film was not a big success. It didn't offer enough excitement. It sounds like it was more like a light sitcom from television. If you want to hear the song written in conjunction with the release of the film, go to my YouTube channel at:

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