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Vanity Fair (1915 film)

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Vanity Fair
Directed byEugene Nowland
Charles Brabin
Produced byEdison Company
George Kleine
Written byCharles Sumner Williams
Eugene Nowland
Based onVanity Fair by William Thackeray
StarringMrs. Fiske
CinematographyOtto Brautigan
Distributed byKleine-Edison Feature Service
Release date
October 6, 1915
Running time
7 reels
CountryUSA
Languagesilent..English titles

Vanity Fair is a 1915 silent film drama directed by Eugene Nowland and Charles Brabin and starring Mrs. Fiske, a renowned Broadway stage actress. The Edison Company produced and released the film. Mrs. Fiske had starred in the 1899 hit Broadway play Becky Sharp based on William Thackeray's 1848 novel of the same name. Here she recreates the role for Edison's cameras. This film marks Mrs. Fiske's second feature film as she had starred in Tess of the d'Urbervilles for Adolph Zukor in 1913. Despite the popularity of Vanity Fair, Mrs. Fiske never made another motion picture.[1][2]

An earlier version was made in 1911 with Helen Gardner. A British feature appeared in 1922 and in 1923 Goldwyn Pictures made Vanity Fair.

The film is preserved in the Library of Congress collection.[3]

Cast

  • Mrs. Fiske - Becky Sharp
  • Shirley Mason - Becky as a child (*as Leonie Flugrath)
  • Yale Benner - Rakedell Sharp
  • Helen Fulton - Amelia Sedley
  • William Wadsworth - Joseph Sedley
  • Richard Tucker - George Osborne
  • Robert Brower - Mr. Osborne
  • Frank McGlynn Sr. - Captain William Dobbin
  • Bigelow Cooper - Rawdon Crawley
  • George A. Wright - Lord Steyne
  • Maurice Steuart - George Sedley Osborne (as Maurice Stewart, Jr.)
  • Helen Strickland - Lady Steyne
  • Philip Quinn - Napoleon
  • John Sturgeon - Major O'Dowd
  • Arthur Row - Pitt Crawley

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This page was last edited on 16 January 2021, at 07:49
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