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The Curse of Eve

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The Curse of Eve
(alt:Mother, I Need You)
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Directed byFrank Beal
Produced byCorona Cinema Co.
F. E. Keeler
Written byJoseph Anthony Roach
Based ona story by Wycliffe A. Hill
StarringEnid Markey
Ed Coxen
Music byLouis F. Gottschalk
CinematographyWilliam C. Thompson
Distributed byState Rights
Release date
October 1917
Running time
6 reels
CountryUSA
LanguageSilent..English titles

The Curse of Eve is a lost[1] 1917 silent film drama directed by Frank Beal and starring Enid Markey and Edward Coxen. It is also known under its alternate title Mother, I Need You.[2]

Production

As with its proclamation in press material, the film was considered daring from the start because of its theme. The Garden of Eve sequence was shot in the Santa Cruz Islands southern California. Released on State Rights basis it was heavily re-edited or censored in some jurisdictions because Markey's character has an abortion.

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