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Sold for Marriage
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Still with Lillian Gish, Pearl Elmore, and Walter Long
Directed by Christy Cabanne
Written by William E. Wing
Starring Lillian Gish
Cinematography William
Distributed by Triangle Film Corporation
Release date
  • April 16, 1916 (1916-04-16)
Running time
50 minutes
CountryUnited States
LanguageSilent (English intertitles)

Sold for Marriage is a 1916 American drama film directed by Christy Cabanne for Triangle Film Corporation. Its working title was Marja of the Steppes. The plot concerns a beautiful young Russian village girl who is in love with a young but poor boy but whose guardian wants her to marry a rich old man that she does not love. When she refuses, her uncle arranges for her to be sold for marriage in America. An extant film, a copy preserved at the Library of Congress. [1]



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