Over the Hill to the Poorhouse

Directed by: Stanner E.V. Taylor, USA, 1908

USA, 1908


Cast and Credits

Production American Mutoscope & Biograph Co.
Distribution American Mutoscope & Biograph Co.
Director Stanner E.V. Taylor
Based on Will Carleton [(poem)]
Director of Photography G.W. Bitzer [(uncertain or unconfirmed)]
Cast Florence Auer [Old Woman (uncertain or unconfirmed)]
Edward Dillon [Son (uncertain or unconfirmed)]
Mack Sennett [Barroom Patron (uncertain or unconfirmed)]
Anthony O'Sullivan [Bailiff (uncertain or unconfirmed)]
Mrs. Wallace McCutcheon [(uncertain or unconfirmed)]
Wallace McCutcheon Jr. [(uncertain or unconfirmed)]
Robert G. Vignola [(uncertain or unconfirmed)]

Technical specifications
Category: Short Feature Film
Technical Details: Format: 35 mm, 1:1,33 - Ratio: 1:1,33 - Black and White,
Sound System: silent
First Screening: June 26, 1908 in USA
Survival Status: Incomplete Prints of this picture are known [Archiv: Library of Congress (Washington)]

General Information

Over the Hill to the Poorhouse is a motion picture produced in the year 1908 as a USA production. The Film was directed by Stanner E.V. Taylor, with Florence Auer, Edward Dillon, Mack Sennett, Anthony O'Sullivan, Mrs. Wallace McCutcheon, in the leading parts. We have currently no synopsis of this picture on file; There are no reviews of Over the Hill to the Poorhouse available.

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