|The Thirteenth Chair|
|Directed by||Léonce Perret|
|Written by||Léonce Perret|
|Based on||The Thirteenth Chair|
by Bayard Veiller
Acme Pictures Corporation
|Distributed by||Pathé Exchange|
|August 23, 1919|
The Thirteenth Chair is a 1919 American silent mystery film directed by Léonce Perret and starring Yvonne Delva, Creighton Hale and Marie Shotwell.  It was based on a play of the same name by Bayard Veiller. Subsequent film adaptations were made in 1929 as The Thirteenth Chair and 1937 again under the same title.
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