The Danites

Directed by: Francis Boggs, USA, 1912

USA, 1912
Szenenphoto aus The Danites, © Selig Polyscope Company

Cast and Credits

Production Selig Polyscope Company
Distribution General Film Company
Producer William Nicholas Selig
Director Francis Boggs
Scenario Francis Boggs
Based on Francis Boggs [(poem)]
Director of Photography Bob Brothinton
Harry W. Gerstad [(as Guy Gerstad)]
Cast Hobart Bosworth [Sandy - Miner]
Hobart Bosworth [Nancy Williams]
George Hernandez [The Judge]
Tom Santschi [Parson - a Miner]
Herbert Rawlinson [Limber Tim - a Miner]
Eugenie Besserer [The Widowed Schoolteacher]
Roy Watson [Hickman - a Danite]
Frank Clark [Grasshopper Jake]
Anna Dodge [Captain Tommie]
Al Ernest Garcia [Carter - a Danite (as Al E. Garcia)]
Fred Huntley [Chink - the Chinaman]
Jane Keckley [Bunker Hill]
Jane Keckley [Jack Bates - a Miner (as Edward Philbrook)]
Frank Richardson [The Stage Driver]
Frank Richardson
Bessie Eyton
Bessie Eyton
Bessie Eyton
Bessie Eyton
Bessie Eyton
Bessie Eyton

Technical specifications
Category: Short Feature Film
Technical Details: Format: 35 mm, 1:1,33 - Ratio: 1:1,33 - Black and White,, 2000 feet, 2 reels
Sound System: silent
First Screening: February 19, 1912 in USA

General Information

The Danites is a motion picture produced in the year 1912 as a USA production. The Film was directed by Francis Boggs, with Hobart Bosworth, , George Hernandez, Tom Santschi, Herbert Rawlinson, in the leading parts. We have currently no synopsis of this picture on file; There are no reviews of The Danites available.

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