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|Directed by||J. Searle Dawley|
|Written by||Howard P. Taylor (play)|
|Produced by||Adolph Zukor|
|Cinematography||H. Lyman Broening|
|Distributed by||State's Rights|
Famous Players Film Company
Caprice is a 1913 silent film produced by Daniel Frohman and Adolph Zukor released by Famous Players Film Company and starring Mary Pickford. J. Searle Dawley directed. Though Zukor helped finance the film it was distributed on a 'State's Rights' arrangement primarily since no Paramount Pictures had yet to exist. The story of this film had been acted on the stage by a young Minnie Maddern Fiske in the 1880s, one of her earliest successes as an adult actress. The same story gives Pickford the chance to arise to the height of a fine actress instead of just merely a popular performer. This film is lost.
- Mary Pickford - Mercy Baxter
- Owen Moore - Jack Henderson
- Ernest Truex - Wally Henderson
- Ogden Crane - Jim Baxter
- James Gordon - Mr. Henderson
- Boots Wall - Edith Henderson
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