|Let Katie Do It|
|Directed by|| Chester Franklin |
Millard Webb (asst. director)
|Produced by||D. W. Griffith|
|Written by||Granville Warwick (Griffith alias)|
Bernard McConville (scenario)
|Starring|| Jane Grey |
|Music by||William Furst|
|Cinematography||Frank B. Good|
|Distributed by||Triangle Film Corporation|
|January 6, 1916|
|Language||Silent with English titles|
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