The Pride of Jennico (film)

The Pride of Jennico is a lost[1] 1914 silent swashbuckler film directed by J. Searle Dawley. It was produced by Adolph Zukor and released on a State Rights basis. On the Broadway stage, the play starred James K. Hackett, Bertha Galland and Arthur Hoops.[2][3]

The Pride of Jennico
Directed byJ. Searle Dawley
Produced byAdolph Zukor, Famous Players Film Company
Based onthe 1897 novel by Agnes and Egerton Castle and the 1900 play The Pride of Jennico by Abby Sage Richardson and Grace Livingston Furniss
StarringHouse Peters
Distributed byState Rights
Release date
February 20, 1914
Running time
4 reels
LanguageSilent..English titles


  • House Peters - Basil Jennico
  • George Moss - Basil's Uncle
  • Marie Leonard - Princess Ottilie
  • Augustus Balfour - Duke of Dornheim
  • Emily Calloway - Marie, Ottilie's Maid
  • Peter Lang - Von Krappitz
  • Hal Clarendon - Prince Eugen
  • Betty Harte - The Gypsy Maid, Michel


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