The Barren Gain

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The Barren Gain
Directed by B. Reeves Eason
Starring Charlotte Burton
Distributed byMutual Film
Release date
  • September 29, 1915 (1915-09-29)
CountryUnited States
Languages Silent
English intertitles

The Barren Gain is a 1915 American silent short drama film directed by Henry Otto and B. Reeves Eason.


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