The Slave

Directed by: William Nigh, USA, 1917

USA, 1917

Cast and Credits

Production Fox Film Corporation
Distribution Fox Film Corporation
Director William Nigh
Scenario William Nigh
Director of Photography Joseph Ruttenberg
Cast Valeska Suratt [Caroline]
Violet Palmer [Dulce]
Eric Mayne [Dr. Atwell]
Herbert Heyes [David Atwell]
Edmund Burns [Egbert Atwell (as Edward Burns)]
Edward Roseman [Dr. ghoul (as Edwin Roseman)]
Dan Mason [The Foissil]
Tom Brooke [Professor Winther]
Martin Faust [Author]
Martin Faust

Technical specifications
Category: Feature Film
Technical Details: Format: 35 mm, 1:1,33 - Ratio: 1:1,33 - Black and White,, 5000 feet, 5 reels
Sound System: silent
First Screening: June 3, 1917 in USA
US Copyright: June 03, 1917 - ©LP.10877
Survival Status: No holdings located in archives

General Information

The Slave is a motion picture produced in the year 1917 as a USA production. The Film was directed by William Nigh, with Valeska Suratt, Violet Palmer, Eric Mayne, Herbert Heyes, Edmund Burns, in the leading parts. We have currently no synopsis of this picture on file; There are no reviews of The Slave available.

Bibliography - The Motion Picture News, 23 June 1917 , pg 3947.
- The Moving Picture World, 23 June 1917 , pg 1947.
- The New York Dramatic Mirror, 16 June 1917 , pg 29.
- Variety, 10 March 1917 , pg 1672.
- Wid's Film Daily, 28 June 1917 , pg 415.

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