The Southerners

Directed by: Richard Ridgely, John H. Collins, , USA, 1914

  • Genre: Drama,
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Szenenphoto aus The Southerners, © Edison, Inc.


Cast and Credits

Production Thomas A. Edison, Inc.
Distribution General Film Company
Director Richard Ridgely [(Exteriors)]
Richard Ridgely [(Interiors)]
Scenario Richard Ridgely [(uncertain or unconfirmed)]
Based on Richard Ridgely [Novel]
Cast Mabel Trunnelle [Mary Anaan]
Mabel Trunnelle [Beverly Annan, her brother]
Bigelow Cooper [General Peyton, C.S.A.]
Bigelow Cooper [Boyd Peyton, C.S.A., his son]
Bigelow Cooper [Willis Peyton, U.S.N., his son]
Herbert Prior [Robert Darrow]
Anne Leonard [Mrs. Peyton]
Harry Linson [The Chaplain]
Duncan McRae [Admiral David Glasgow Farragut]
Augustus Phillips [Captain Johnson]
Sally Crute
Rex Ingram [As Rex Hitchcock]

Technical specifications
Shooting Period: March - April 1914
Locations or Studios: Jacksonville, Florida and Edison Studio
Category: Feature Film
Technical Details: Format: 35 mm, 1:1,33 - Ratio: 1:1,33 - Black and White,, 3000 feet, 3 reels
Sound System: silent
First Screening: May 16, 1914 in USA
US Copyright: May 02, 1914 - ©LP 2634
Survival Status: This picture is presumably lost
Szenenphoto aus The Southerners, © Edison, Inc.
Szenenphoto aus The Southerners, © Edison, Inc.

General Information

The Southerners is a motion picture produced in the year 1914 as a USA production. The Film was directed by Richard Ridgely, John H. Collins, with Mabel Trunnelle, , Bigelow Cooper, , , in the leading parts. We have currently no synopsis of this picture on file; There are no reviews of The Southerners available.



Bibliography - Anaconda Standard- May 10, 1914, Anaconda, Montana (note)
- The New York Dramatic Mirror, May 13, 1914, pg 49 (review)
- Galveston Daily News, pg 22- May 24, 1914, Galveston, Texas (review)
- The Auburn Citizen, May 23, 1914
- Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette, The- May 28, 1914, Fort Wayne, Indiana (reprint of Louis Reeves Harrison review in The Moving Picture World, Vol. 20, April-June 1914]
- Ogden Standard, The- May 27, 1914, Ogden City, Utah (ad)
- Variety, May 29, 1914 (review)
- Alton Evening Telegraph- June 10, 1914, Alton, Illinois (note)
- Atlantic News Telegraph- June 10, 1914, Atlantic, Iowa (ad)
- Portsmouth Herald- June 17, 1914, Portsmouth, New Hampshire (note)
- Janesville Daily Gazette- June 24, 1914, Janesville, Wisconsin (ad)
- The Moving Picture World, Vol. 20, April-June 1914, pg 649 (review)
- The Moving Picture World, Vol. 20, April-June 1914, pg 1006 (synopsis)
- The Moving Picture World, Vol. 20, April-June 1914, pg 1409 (review)
- Moberly Daily Monitor- July 8, 1914, Moberly, Missouri (ad)
- Reno Evening Gazette- July 15, 1914, Reno, Nevada (note)
- Wichita Daily Times- July 16, 1914, Wichita Falls, Texas (ad)
- Stevens Point Daily Journal- August 12, 1914, Stevens Point, Wisconsin (ad)
- Daily Bulletin, The- September 9, 1914, Brownwood, Texas (ad)
- Star And Sentinel, The- September 15, 1914, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania (ad)
- Sheboygan Press, The- July 3, 1916, Sheboygan, Wisconsin (ad: The Thomas A. Edison Studio presents Mabel Trunnelle and Richard T. Archer (sic!)
- Warren Evening Mirror- August 15, 1916, Warren, Pennsylvania (ad: Thos. A. Edison presents Mabel Trunnelle and Richard T. Archer (sic!)
- Sandusky Star Journal, The- July 10, 1916, Sandusky, Ohio (ad)

References in Databases
British Film Institute Nr. 354648 (http://ftvdb.bfi.org.uk/sift/title/354648)
IMDb - International Movie Data Base Nr. tt0210994
KinoTV Database Nr. 57742
Turner Classic Movies Database Nr. 514459
Braff Silent Short Film Index Nr. n/a

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