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Sally of the Sawdust ()


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Judge Foster throws his daughter out because she married a circus man. She leaves her baby girl with Prof. McGargle before she dies. Years later Sally is a dancer with whom Peyton, a son of... See more »

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Sally
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Professor Eustance McGargle
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Peyton Lennox
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Judge Henry L. Foster
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Mrs. Foster
Charles Hammond ...
Lennox, Sr.
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Detective
Florence Fair ...
Miss Vinton
Marie Shotwell ...
Society Lady
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Leon - the Acrobat (as Glen Anders)
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Stooge (uncredited)
Steve Murphy ...
Bandit (uncredited)
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Yokel in the Old Army Game (uncredited)

Directed by

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D.W. Griffith

Written by

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Dorothy Donnelly ... (play "Poppy")
 
Forrest Halsey ... ()

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D.W. Griffith ... producer

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Louis Silvers

Cinematography by

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Harry Fischbeck
Harold S. Sintzenich

Film Editing by

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James Smith

Art Direction by

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Charles M. Kirk

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Erville Alderson ... assistant director
Frank Walsh ... assistant director

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Frank Nelson ... carpenter (uncredited)

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Ed Flaherty ... gaffer (uncredited)

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Plot Summary

Judge Foster throws his daughter out because she married a circus man. She leaves her baby girl with Prof. McGargle before she dies. Years later Sally is a dancer with whom Peyton, a son of Judge Foster's friend, falls in love. When Sally is arrested McGargle proves her real parentage. Written by Ed Stephan

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Taglines D.W. Griffith's circus comedy. See more »
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Also Known As
  • Poppy (United States)
  • Sally, fille de cirque (France)
  • Sally la hija del circo (Spain)
  • Zingaresca (Italy)
  • Sally fra Manegen (Denmark)
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  • 104 min
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Trivia D.W. Griffith had good reason not to use the name or title "Poppy" for this movie -a movie titled "Poppy" with a character by that name had come out in 1917. See more »
Goofs When Sally and Eustache were lying on the railway, after get wet on the train, you can clearly see that the railway ends on the film studio wall, right behind them. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in W.C. Fields: Straight Up (1986). See more »

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