A Case at Law

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A Case at Law
Directed by Arthur Rosson
Written by William Dudley Pelley
Starring Richard Rosson
Pauline Curley
Riley Hatch
Cinematography Roy F. Overbaugh
Production
company
Distributed by Triangle Distributing
Release date
November 18, 1917
Running time
50 minutes
CountryUnited States
LanguagesSilent
English intertitles

A Case at Law is a 1917 American silent western drama film directed by Arthur Rosson and starring Richard Rosson, Pauline Curley and Riley Hatch. [1] The film's production was supervised by Allan Dwan.

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  1. Langman p.74

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