The White Pearl (1915 film)
The White Pearl was a 1915 American silent adventure/romantic drama film directed by Edwin S. Porter and Hugh Ford. Produced by the Famous Players Film Company, the film starred Marie Doro in her second leading role.
|The White Pearl|
Lobby card; with Marie Doro and Thomas Holding
|Directed by||Edwin S. Porter|
|Screenplay by||Edith Barnard Delano|
|Story by||Edith Barnard Delano|
|Distributed by||Paramount Pictures|
- Marie Doro - Nancy Marvell
- Thomas Holding - Bob Alden
- Walter Craven - Robert Alden, Sr.
- Robert Broderick - Capt. Marvell
- Cesare Gravina - Setsu
- Maud Granger - Setsu's Wife
- Robert Cain - Capt. Featherstone
- Tarbox, Charles H. (1983). Lost films, 1895-1917. Film Classic Exchange. p. 245.
- The White Pearl at silentera.com
- The AFI Catalog of Feature Films:..The White Pearl
- The Library of Congress/FIAF American Silent Feature Film Survival Catalog:..The White Pearl
- The White Pearl on IMDb
- The White Pearl synopsis at AllMovie
- still photo during the production
- preserved still of a scene on board a ship
- preserved rare lobby poster
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