The Price He Paid

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The Price He Paid
Directed by Lawrence McGill
Based onthe poem, "The Price He Paid"
by Ella Wheeler Wilcox
Starring Philip Hahn
Gertrude Shipman
Julia Hurley
Humanology Film Producing Co.
Distributed byUnited Film Service
Release date
  • December 7, 1914 (1914-12-07)(US) [1]
Running time
5 reels
CountryUnited States

The Price He Paid is a 1914 American silent melodrama film, directed by Lawrence McGill. It stars Philip Hahn, Gertrude Shipman, and Julia Hurley, and was released on December 7, 1914. The film is inspired by the Ella Wheeler Wilcox poem of the same name. [2] [3]


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  1. "The Price He Paid". American Film Institute. Retrieved September 2, 2018.
  2. "AFI|Catalog".
  3. "The Price He Paid". 1916.