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The Mysteries of Myra

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The Mysteries of Myra
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Directed byLeopold Wharton
Theodore Wharton
Written byCharles W. Goddard
Based onstory by Hereward Carrington
Produced byInternational Film Service Wharton
StarringJean Sothern
Howard Estabrook
International Film Service
Distributed byPathé Exchange
Release date
  • April 24, 1916 (1916-04-24)
Running time
15 episodes, 31 reels
CountryUnited States
LanguageSilent (English intertitles)

The Mysteries of Myra is a 1916 American silent film serial with episodes directed by Leopold and Theodore Wharton and starring Jean Sothern and Howard Estabrook. It was produced by the Whartons and distributed by Pathé Exchange.[1]

Much of the film is lost with three episodes known to be extant.[2]


  • Jean Sothern as Myra Maynard
  • Howard Estabrook as Dr. Payson Alden
  • Allan Murnane as Arthur Varney
  • M. W. Rale as Master of the Black Order
  • Shino Mori as Professor Haji
  • Bessie Wharton as Mrs. Maynard
  • Elsie Baker as The Vampire Woman
  • Leroy Baker as Willis, The Maynards' Butler


Chapter titles

  1. The Dagger of Dreams
  2. The Poisoned Flower
  3. The Mystic Mirrors
  4. The Wheel of Spirit
  5. The Fumes of Fear
  6. The Hypnotic Clue
  7. The Mystery Mind
  8. The Nether World
  9. Invisible Destroyer
  10. Levitation
  11. The Fire-Elemental
  12. Elixir of Youth
  13. Witchcraft
  14. Suspended Animation
  15. The Thought Monster


  1. ^ Pictorial History of the Silent Screen, p. 119 c.1953 by Daniel Blum ISBN 0399506675
  2. ^ Progressive Silent Film List: The Mysteries of Myra at

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