|A Slave of Vanity|
|Directed by||Henry Otto|
|Written by||Henry Otto (scenario)|
|Based on|| Iris |
by Arthur Wing Pinero
|Starring|| Pauline Frederick |
|Distributed by||Robertson-Cole Pictures Corporation|
|Language||Silent (English intertitles)|
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