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|Directed by||Henry Otto|
|Written by||Virginia Whitmore|
|Starring|| Ed |
|Distributed by||Mutual Film Corporation|
|1 reel (approximately 10 minutes)|
|Languages|| Silent film |
The Archeologist is a 1914 American silent short drama film directed by Henry Otto starring Ed, Winifred Greenwood, and John Steppling.
Saint Winifred was a Welsh virgin martyr of the 7th century. Her story was celebrated as early as the 8th century, but became popular in England in the 12th, when her hagiography was first written down.
Manaton is a village situated to the southeast of Dartmoor National Park, Devon, England.
St Winifred's Church is a Church of England church in Branscombe in Devon, England. The church is dedicated to Saint Winifred, a Welsh saint. It is among the oldest and most architecturally significant parish churches of Devon. It probably dates back as far as about 995, but extant records on the vicars only go back to the thirteenth century.
John Steppling was a German-American silent film actor.
George Field was an American silent film actor.
Winifred Louise Greenwood was an American silent film actress.
In the Footprints of Mozart is a 1914 American silent short drama film directed by Tom Ricketts starring Ed Coxen, George Field, Winifred Greenwood, and Ida Lewis.
The Final Impulse is a 1914 American silent short drama film directed by Thomas Ricketts starring Winifred Greenwood, Ed Coxen, George Field, and Charlotte Burton.
A Slice of Life is a 1914 American silent short drama film directed by Henry Otto, starring Ed Coxen, Charlotte Burton, and Winifred Greenwood.
The Beggar Child is a 1914 American silent short film directed by William Desmond Taylor, starring Ed Coxen, John Steppling, and Winifred Greenwood.
In Tune is a 1914 American silent short drama film directed by Henry Otto starring Charlotte Burton, Ed Coxen, George Field, and Winifred Greenwood.
When a Woman Waits is a 1914 American silent short drama film directed by Henry Otto starring Ed Coxen, George Field, and Winifred Greenwood.
Wife Wanted is a 1915 American silent short comedy-drama film directed by Henry Otto starring Ed Coxen, John Steppling, and Winifred Greenwood.
The Resolve is a 1915 American silent short drama film directed by Henry Otto starring Ed Coxen, Lizette Thorne, and Winifred Greenwood.
Petronelle Marguerite Mary Cook, better known by the pseudonym of Margot Arnold, was a British-born American mystery fiction novelist.
John Steppling is an American playwright, screenwriter and teacher. Steppling's plays have been produced in the United States and Europe. He received fellowships from the Rockefeller Foundation and the National Endowment for the Arts, a residency at the McDowell Colony and has received PEN-West, LA Weekly and Dramalogue awards for his theatrical work.
Sick Abed is a 1920 silent comedy film produced by Famous Players-Lasky and distributed by Paramount Pictures/Artcraft, an affiliate of Paramount. It was directed by Sam Wood and stars matinee idol Wallace Reid. It is based on a 1918 Broadway stage play Sick-a-bed by Ethel Watts Mumford starring Mary Boland. The spelling of the movie varies from the spelling of the play.
Wedding Bills is a 1927 American silent comedy film directed by Erle C. Kenton and starring Raymond Griffith, Anne Sheridan, and Hallam Cooley.
Six Feet Four is a 1919 American silent Western film directed by Henry King and starring William Russell, Vola Vale, and Charles K. French.
The Road Through the Dark is a 1918 American silent war drama film directed by Edmund Mortimer and starring Clara Kimball Young, Jack Holt and Elinor Fair. It was made as an anti-German propaganda piece during World War I.