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Susan's Gentleman

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Susan's Gentleman
"Susan's Gentleman" movie ad, with Violet Mersereau of a "Bluebird Photoplays" - Moving Picture Weekly (1915-1920) (page 188 crop).jpg
Directed byEdwin Stevens
Written byJohn C. Brownell
Kate Jordan(story)
Produced byBluebird Photoplays
StarringViolet Mersereau
CinematographyLouis Ostland
Distributed byBluebird
Universal Film Manufacturing Company
Release date
April 2, 1917
Running time
5 reels
CountryUSA
LanguageSilent..English titles

Susan's Gentleman is a lost[1] 1917 silent film feature drama directed by Edwin Stevens, a stage actor who made a foray into silent films, and starred Violet Mersereau. It was produced by Bluebird Photoplays and released through the Universal Film Manufacturing Company. This film has an appearance by James O'Neill, famed for The Count of Monte Cristo, here making a rare screen appearance.[2][3]

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