The Little Duchess

The Little Duchess is a 1917 American silent drama film directed by Harley Knoles, and starring Madge Evans, Pinna Nesbit, and Jack Drumier. The film was shot at World Film's studios in Fort Lee, New Jersey.[1]

The Little Duchess
Directed byHarley Knoles
Produced byWilliam A. Brady
Written byJulia Burnham
StarringMadge Evans
Pinna Nesbit
Jack Drumier
CinematographyAlfred Moses
World Film
Distributed byWorld Film
Release date
August 20, 1917
Running time
50 minutes
CountryUnited States
English intertitles


  • Madge Evans as Geraldine Carmichael
  • Pinna Nesbit as Evelyn Carmichael
  • Jack Drumier as Earl of Carinmore
  • J. Gunnis Davis as Jim Dawson
  • Patrick Foy as Jim Snyder
  • Maxine Elliott Hicks as Sophia Dawson
  • James Sheridan as Billy
  • Nellie Anderson as Mrs. Dawson
  • Charles Hartley as Pop Hinkle
  • Richard Clarke as Bradford
  • Harry Bartlett as Hobson
  • Nora Cecil as Orphanage Matron
  • Ivan Dobble as A. Carmichael


  1. Spehr p.126


  • Paul C. Spehr. The Movies Begin: Making Movies in New Jersey, 1887-1920. Newark Museum, 1977.
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