The Man Hater

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The Man Hater
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Directed by Albert Parker
Written by James Oliver Curwood (story)
Mary Brecht Pulver
Produced by Allan Dwan
E.A. Martin
Starring Winifred Allen
Jack Meredith
Harry Neville
Distributed byTriangle Distributing
Release date
September 2, 1917
Running time
50 minutes
CountryUnited States
Languages Silent
English intertitles

The Man Hater is a 1917 American silent comedy drama film directed by Albert Parker and starring Winifred Allen, Jack Meredith and Harry Neville. [1] Future star Ann Dvorak appeared in the film as a child actress.



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  1. Lombardi p.335