The Great Victory, Wilson or The Kaiser ?

Wilson or The Kaiser ?, The Fall of the Hohenzollerns

Directed by: Charles Miller, , USA, 1918

  • Genre: War, Drama,
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Cast and Credits

Production Screen Classics Inc.
Distribution Metro Pictures Corporation
Producer Maxwell Karger
Director Charles Miller
Assistant Director Ed Lawrence
Scenario June Mathis
Albert S. Le Vino
Based on Maxwell Karger
Director of Photography George K. Hollister
Cast Creighton Hale [Conrad le Brett]
Florence Billings [Vilme le Brett, Conrad's sister]
Edward Connelly [Paul le Brett (as E.J. Connelly)]
Edward Connelly [Field Marshal Sir Douglas Haig]
Helen Ferguson [Amy Gordon]
Frank Currier [William Godron, Amy's father]
Frederick Truesdell [Woodrow Wilson]
Henry Kolker [Kaiser Wilhelm II.]
Joseph Kilgour [General von Bissing]
Margaret McWade [Nurse Edith Cavell]
Earl Schenck [Lieutenant Ober / Crown Prince]
Earl Schenck [Count von Bismarck]
Florence Short [Elaine, a Belgian woman]
Florence Short [Elaine's child (as Baby Ivy Ward)]
Andrew Clarke [François]
Mrs. Hunt [Marie, serving woman]
James A. Furey [A Priest]
James A. Furey [Sergeant Gross]
Leo Delaney [Friedrich III.]
Leo Delaney [Empress Victoria]
Emil Hoch [General von Hindenburg]
Charles Edwards [Reverend Joseph Wilson]
Charles Edwards [Mrs. Joseph Wilson]
Karl Dane [Von Bethmann Hollweg (as Carl Dane)]
Karl Dane [Count von Moltke]
Karl Dane [Von Tirpitz]
Karl Dane [Hugo Ballin]
Robert Harvey [Grand Duke Franz Ferdinand]
Robert Harvey [Franz Ferdinand's consort]
William W. Cohill [Assassin (as William W. Cohill)]
William W. Cohill [Franz]
William W. Cohill [Fraeulein Stahl]
William W. Cohill [Captain Schweiger of the U-53]
Pauline Dempsey [Colored Mammy]
Pauline Dempsey [Re Vittorio Emmanuele]
Pauline Dempsey [American Attaché in Brussels]
Pauline Dempsey [David Lloyd George]
Pauline Dempsey [King George V.]
Pauline Dempsey [Marshall Foch]
Pauline Dempsey [King Ferdinand of Bulgaria]
Pauline Dempsey [King Albert of Belgium]
Pauline Dempsey [German lieutenant]
Pauline Dempsey [Ambassador Gerard]
Pauline Dempsey [Admiral Wemyss]
Pauline Dempsey [Babette]
Pauline Dempsey [Premier Clemenceau]
Pauline Dempsey [Sultan's representative]
William Smith [Colonel E.M. House]
Louis Stern [Matthias Erzberger]
T. Tamamoto [M. Matsui, Japanese ambassador]
T. Tamamoto [German lieutenant]
T. Tamamoto [Premier Orlando]
T. Tamamoto [Admiral Sims]
Charles Arling
Frank Farrington
Frank Farrington
Frank Farrington

Technical specifications
Category: Feature Film
Technical Details: Format: 35 mm, 1:1,33 - Ratio: 1:1,33 - Black and White,, 7 reels
Sound System: silent
First Screening: January 1919 in USA
US Copyright: December 20, 1918 - ©LP 13176
Survival Status: No holdings located in archives

General Information

The Great Victory, Wilson or The Kaiser ? is a motion picture produced in the year 1918 as a USA production. The Film was directed by Charles Miller, with Creighton Hale, Florence Billings, Edward Connelly, , Helen Ferguson, in the leading parts. We have currently no synopsis of this picture on file; There are no reviews of The Great Victory, Wilson or The Kaiser ? available.



Bibliography Einar Lauritzen & Gunnar Lundquist, American Film-Index 1916-1920, pg 177

References in Databases
American Film Institute Nr. 15492
American Silent Feature Film Database Nr. 5803
IMDb - International Movie Data Base Nr. tt0010191
KinoTV Database Nr. 65028
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