Timothy's Quest

Timothy's Quest is a 1922 American silent drama film produced by Dirigo Films and distributed by American Releasing. It was directed by Sidney Olcott with the child actor Joseph Depew, based on a story written by Kate Douglas Wiggin.

Timothy's Quest
Advertisement from The Film Daily, September 3, 1922.
Directed bySidney Olcott
Produced byCharles M. Seay
(Dirigo Films)
Written byKathryn Stuart
Based onTimothy's Quest
by Kate Douglas Wiggin
StarringJoseph Depew
CinematographyAl Liguori
Eugene French
Distributed byAmerican Releasing
Release date
  • September 17, 1922 (1922-09-17)
Running time
7 reels
CountryUnited States
LanguageSilent (English intertitles)

The Library of Congress has a copy of this film.[1]


  • Joseph Depew - Timothy
  • Baby Helen Rowland - Lady Gay
  • Marie Day - Mrs. Avilda Cummins
  • Margaret Seddon - Samantha Ann Ripley
  • Bertram Marburgh - Jabe Slowcum
  • Vivia Ogden - Hitty Tarbox
  • Gladys Leslie - Miss Dora
  • William F. Haddock - Dave Milliken
  • Rags - The Dog

Production notes

The film was shot in Maine and in Tec-Art studio, 48th Street, New York City.


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