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One Can't Always Tell

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One Can't Always Tell
Onecantalwaystell1913.tiff
Directed byVan Dyke Brooke
Written byMarguerite Bertsch
StarringMary Maurice
Kate Price
Lillian Walker
Rosemary Theby
Rose Tapley
Louise Beaudet
Distributed byVitagraph
Release date
May 31, 1913
Running time
613 ft[1]
CountryUnited States
LanguagesSilent
English intertitles

One Can't Always Tell is a short American silent comedy film.

Release

One Can't Always Tell was released on May 31, 1913, in the United States, where it was presented as a split-reel with If Dreams Came True; or, Who'd Have Thunk It?, another Vitagraph comedy. It reached Ashland, Oregon, in July, 1913,[2] and Ocala, Florida, in August.[3] It was released in England on September 18, 1913,[4] reached Christchurch, New Zealand, a month later,[5] and Dunedin in November.[6]

References

  1. ^ To-day's Cinema News and Property Gazette, Volumes 3-4, August 9, 1913, p. 112, retrieved October 5, 2015
  2. ^ Star Theatre. Ashland Daily Tidings. Volume XXXVIII. Number 17. 24 July 1913. p 4. Retrieved 31 January 2016
  3. ^ Entertainments at the Temple This Evening. Ocala Evening Star. Volume 20. Number 76. 26 August 1913. p 6. Retrieved 31 January 2016
  4. ^ To-day's Cinema News and Property Gazette, Volumes 3-4, August 9, 1913, p. 112, retrieved October 5, 2015
  5. ^ Amusements. The Press. Volume XLIX, Issue 14802. 21 October 1913. p 1. Accessed 5 October 2015
  6. ^ New Queen's Theatre. Otago Daily Times. Issue 15922. 15 November 1913. p 1. Accessed 5 October 2015

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