Paid in Full (1914 film)

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Paid in Full
Directed by Augustus E. Thomas
Written byLouis Reeves Harrison
Based onPaid in Full (play), by Eugene Walter
Produced byAll Star Feature Corporation
Starring Tully Marshall
Music by Manuel Klein
Release date
February 1914
Running time
5 reels
CountryUSA
LanguageSilent (English titles)

Paid in Full is a lost [1] 1914 silent film drama directed by Augustus E. Thomas and starring Tully Marshall. It is based on a 1908 play by Eugene Walter. [2] [3]

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The story was re-filmed just five years later as Paid in Full with Pauline Frederick.

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