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|명시된 사람:||Alice Duer Miller|
|문서 형식:||시각 자료|
|모든 저자 / 참여자:||
Cecil B DeMille; Hector Turnbull; Alvin Wyckoff; L Guy Wilky; Jeanie MacPherson; Wilfred Buckland; Robert Israel; Thomas Meighan; Leatrice Joy; Lois Wilson; Fannie Ward; Sesshū Hayakawa; Paul Iribe; Alice Duer Miller; Alloy Orchestra.; Famous Players-Lasky Corporation.; Kino International Corporation.
|언어 메모:||Silent film with musical accompaniment and English intertitles.|
|메모:||Manslaughter based on the novel by Alice Duer Miller.
Manslaughter originally released as a silent film in 1915; the Cheat originally released as a silent film in 1922.
"From the Killiam Collection c2000 Worldview Entertainment"--Manslaughter.
|크레딧:||Manslaughter: photography, Alvin Wyckoff and Guy Wilky ; adaptation, Jeanie Macpherson ; music, the Alloy Orchestra ; The Cheat: scenario, Hector Turnbull and Jeanie Macpherson ; photography, Alvin Wyckoff ; art director, Wilfred Buckland ; music, Robert Israel ; costume design, Paul Iribe.|
|주연:||Manslaughter: Thomas Meighan, Leatrice Joy and Lois Wilson.
The cheat: Fannie Ward and Sessue Hayakawa.
|상:||'The Cheat' was named to the National Film Registry in 1993 by the Library of Congress.|
|설명:||1 videodisc (100, 59 min.) : sd., col. tint, b&w ; 4 3/4 in.|
|세부사항:||DVD (NTSC Region 1).|
|내용:||Following The cheat: 3 rare images from the 1923 Famous Players-Lasky (Paramount) remake of The cheat.|
|일련 제목:||Killiam Collection|
|다른 제목||Cecile B. DeMille's Manslaughter and The cheat
Manslaughter and The cheat
|책임:||a Cecil B. De Mille production ; directed by Cecil B. De Mille. The cheat / a Famous Players-Lasky production ; by Hector Turnbull ; produced and directed by Cecil B. De Mille.|
The cheat: "Edith Hardy uses charity funds for Wall Street investments in hopes of buying some new gowns. She loses all the money and borrows from wealthy oriental Tori. When her husband gives her the amount she borrowed, Tori won't take it back, branding her shoulder with a Japanese sign of his ownership. She shoots him. Her husband takes the blame. In court Edith reveals all to an angry mob."