The Mysterious Mr. Tiller

The Face of Prentice Teller (Working title)

Directed by: Rupert Julian, USA, 1917

USA, 1917
Szenenphoto aus The Mysterious Mr. Tiller, © Bluebird Photoplays Inc.

Cast and Credits

Production Bluebird Photoplays Inc.
Distribution Universal Film Manufacturing Company
Director Rupert Julian
Scenario Elliott J. Clawson
Director of Photography Stephen Rounds
Cast Ruth Clifford [Clara Hawthorne]
Rupert Julian [Prentice Tiller]
Frank Brownlee [Ramon Mordant]
Wedgwood Nowell [Stephen Pitt (as Wedgewood Nowell)]
Harry L. Rattenberry [O'Meara (as Harry Rattenberry)]
E. Alyn Warren [Rosario (as E.A. Warren)]
Lloyd Whitlock [Banning]
William Higby [Chief Detective]

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: September 17, 1917 in USA
US Copyright: August 29, 1917 - ©LP.11314
Survival Status: No holdings located in archives

General Information

The Mysterious Mr. Tiller is a motion picture produced in the year 1917 as a USA production. The Film was directed by Rupert Julian, with Ruth Clifford, Rupert Julian, Frank Brownlee, Wedgwood Nowell, Harry L. Rattenberry, in the leading parts. We have currently no synopsis of this picture on file; There are no reviews of The Mysterious Mr. Tiller available.

Bibliography - Motography, July 14, 1917, pg 99.
- Motography, September 29, 1917, pg 684.
- The Moving Picture World, 29 September 1917, pg 2007.
- The New York Dramatic Mirror, 22 September 1917, pg 26.
- Variety, 27 July 1917, pg 28.
- Wid's Film Daily, 20 September 1917, pg 600.

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