The Battle

Directed by: D.W. Griffith, USA, 1911

USA, 1911

Cast and Credits

Production Biograph Company
Director D.W. Griffith
Director of Photography G.W. Bitzer
Cast Charles West [The Verlobte / The Boy]
Blanche Sweet [Das Maedchen / The Boy's Sweetheart]
Charles Hill Mailes [The Union Commander]
Robert Harron [A Union soldier]
Donald Crisp [A Union Soldier]
Spottiswoode Aitken
Edwin August [A Union Officer]
Lionel Barrymore [Wagon Driver]
Kate Bruce [In the Town]
William J. Butler [A Union Officer/At Farewell]
Christy Cabanne [A Union Soldier (as W. Christy Cabanne)]
Edna Foster [At Dance]
Joseph Graybill [A Union Officer]
Guy Hedlund [A Union Soldier]
Dell Henderson [A Union Officer]
Harry Hyde [A Union Soldier]
J. Jiquel Lanoe [A Union Officer]
W. Chrystie Miller [At Dance]
Alfred Paget [Confederate Officer]
Alfred Paget [A Union Soldier]
Kate Toncray [At Dance/At Farewell]

Technical specifications
Category: Short Feature Film
Technical Details: Format: 35 mm, 1:1,33 - Ratio: 1:1,33 - Black and White,Length: 19 minutes, 16 meters
Sound System: silent
First Screening: November 6, 1911 in
Survival Status: Prints of this picture exist [Archiv: MOMA, UCLA Film And Television Archive (Los Angeles), George Eastman House, Filmoteca Españo]

General Information

The Battle is a motion picture produced in the year 1911 as a USA production. The Film was directed by D.W. Griffith, with Charles West, Blanche Sweet, Charles Hill Mailes, Robert Harron, Donald Crisp, in the leading parts. We have currently no synopsis of this picture on file; There are no reviews of The Battle available.

Bibliography Venedig 1967 - Retrospettiva pg 13

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