Almost a Wild Man
Almost a Wild Man is a 1913 Canadian silent black and white film directed by Dell Henderson, written by William Beaudine and starring Dorothy Gish.
|Almost a Wild Man|
|Directed by||Dell Henderson|
|Written by||William Beaudine|
|Distributed by||General Film Company|
- Charles Murray as McDoo
- Gus Pixley as The Wild Man
- Edward Dillon as Rooly, Pooly, Dooly
- Clarence L. Barr as Guppy (of Guppy and Fugg)
- Bud Duncan as Fugg (of Guppy and Fugg) / Sideshow Patron
- Kathleen Butler as Actress in The Rise & Fall of McDoo
- Florence Lee as Actress in The Rise & Fall of McDoo
- Dorothy Gish as Miss Smart / Sideshow Patron
- William J. Butler as Policeman / In Audience
- Gertrude Bambrick as Member of Lizzy and Her Dancing Girls Troupe / Blackface Sideshow Patron
- Viola Barry as In Audience
- Lionel Barrymore as In Audience
- George Beranger as In Audience
- Adelaide Bronti as In Audience
- Christy Cabanne as In Audience
- William A. Carroll as In Audience
- Nan Christy as Member of Lizzy and Her Dancing Girls Troupe
- John T. Dillon as In Audience
- Charles Gorman as At Stage Door / Sideshow Patron
- Harry Hyde as In Audience
- J. Jiquel Lanoe as In Audience
- Jennie Lee as In Audience
- Adolph Lestina as In Audience
- Charles Hill Mailes as In Audience
- Alfred Paget as In Audience
- W.C. Robinson as In Audience
- Kate Toncray as In Audience
- Menefee, David W. (2004). The First Female Stars: Women of the Silent Era. Greenwood Publishing Group. p. 110. ISBN 9780275982591.
- Catalog of Copyright Entries: Works of art... 7–8. Library of Congress Copyright Office. 1918.
- Monaco, James (1991). Pallot, James (ed.). The Encyclopedia of Film. Perigee Books. p. 220. ISBN 9780399516047.
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