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Bride 13

Bride 13
Film poster
Directed by Richard Stanton
Produced by William Fox
Written by Edward Sedgwick
E. Lloyd Sheldon
Starring Marguerite Clayton
John B. O'Brien
Release date(s) 10 September 1920
Running time 15 episodes
Country United States
Language Silent
English intertitles

Bride 13 is a 1920 American thriller film serial directed by Richard Stanton. The film is considered to be lost.[1]

Cast

  • Marguerite Clayton - Bride 13
  • John B. O'Brien - Lt. Bob Norton
  • Gretchen Hartman - Zara
  • Arthur Earle
  • Lyster Chambers - Stephen Winthrop
  • Mary Christensen
  • Justine Holland - Bride 2
  • Dorothy Langley - Bride 1
  • Mary Ellen Capers - Bride 8
  • Martha McKay - Bride 5
  • Helen Johnson - Bride 6
  • Leona Clayton - Bride 4
  • Florence Mills - Bride 9
  • W. E. Lawrence (as William Lawrence)

See also

References

External links

  • Internet Movie Database
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