|Whom the Gods Destroy|
|Directed by|| J. Stuart Blackton |
William P.S. Earle
|Written by||J. Stuart Blackton |
Cyrus Townsend Brady
|Starring|| Alice Joyce |
Harry T. Morey
|Cinematography||Clark R. Nickerson|
|Edited by||Paul F. Maschke|
|December 18, 1916|
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