The Heart of Maryland (1915 film)

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The Heart of Maryland
The Heart of Maryland - nov 1915 - scene - newspaper.jpg
Scene from the film
Directed by Herbert Brenon
Produced byTiffany Film Corporation
Based on The Heart of Maryland
by David Belasco
Starring Mrs. Leslie Carter
Cinematography Phil Rosen
Distributed by Metro Pictures
Release date
  • March 20, 1915 (1915-03-20)
Running time
60 minutes
CountryUS
LanguageSilent
English intertitles
a scene from the 1915 film. The Heart of Maryland - 1915 - scene.jpg
a scene from the 1915 film.

The Heart of Maryland is a lost [1] 1915 silent film drama directed by Herbert Brenon based on David Belasco's play The Heart of Maryland . Mrs. Leslie Carter, who starred in the original play on Broadway in 1895, [2] makes her appearance in this film as the title character. [3] [4]

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References

  1. The Library of Congress American Silent Feature Film Survival Catalog:The Heart of Maryland
  2. 1895 Broadway production of The Heart of Maryland at the Herald Squard Theatre; IBDb.com
  3. The AFI Catalog of Feature Films:The Heart of Maryland
  4. "Silent Era : Progressive Silent Film List" . Retrieved February 25, 2017.