The Fortune Hunter (1914 film)

The Fortune Hunter is a lost[1] 1914 silent film directed by Barry O'Neil. It stars actor William Elliott and Ethel Clayton. The Lubin Manufacturing Company produced.[2][3]

The Fortune Hunter
Directed byBarry O'Neil
Produced bySiegmund Lubin
Written byClay M. Greene
Based onplay The Fortune Hunter by Winchell Smith c.1909
StarringWilliam Elliott
CinematographyFred Chaston
Distributed byGeneral Film Company
Release date
October 1914
Running time
6 reels
LanguageSilent..English titles

This play was an early stage success for Jack Barrymore in 1909.


  • William Elliott - Nat Duncan
  • George Soule Spencer - Harry Kellogg
  • Charles Brandt - Sam Graham
  • Ethel Clayton - Betty Graham
  • Betty Brice - Josie Lockwood (*as Rosetta Brice)
  • Joseph Kaufman - Roland Barrett
  • Florence Williams -Mrs. Lockwood
  • James Daly - Blinky Lockwood
  • Gaston Bell - Willie Bartlett
  • Ruth Bryan - Angie Smith
  • Frank Backus - Pete Willing
  • Clara Lambert - Mrs. Willing
  • Alan Quinn - Tracy Tenner
  • Ferdinand Tidmarsh - George Burnham
  • Edwin Barbour - Old Hi


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