|The Common Law|
|Directed by||Albert Capellani|
|Written by||Beryl Morhange|
|Based on||The Common Law|
by Robert W. Chambers
|Produced by||Clara Kimball Young |
Lewis J. Selznick
|Starring|| Clara Kimball Young |
|Cinematography|| Jacques Montéran |
Clara Kimball Young Film Corporation
|Distributed by||Selznick Distributing Corporation|
|Language||Silent (English intertitles)|
The Common Law is a 1916 American silent drama film directed by Albert Capellani and starring Clara Kimball Young, Conway Tearle, and Paul Capellani.  It was made at Fort Lee and distributed by the newly formed Selznick Pictures. Shortly afterwards the company switched production to Hollywood.
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