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|Directed by||Rollin S. Sturgeon|
|Written by||W. Hanson Durham|
|Starring||George C. Stanley|
Major J.A. McGuire
|May 2, 1913|
Cinders is an American silent drama film.
The dog in the film was played by 'Mutt,' cast member George Stanley's own dog.
Cinders was released on May 2, 1913, in the United States, and on August 14, 1913, in England. It accompanied the two-reel prestige drama, Hearts of the First Empire at screenings in New Zealand in March, 1914.
- To-day's Cinema News and Property Gazette, Volumes 3-4, July 9, 1913, p. 111, retrieved October 1, 2015
- To-day's Cinema News and Property Gazette, Volumes 3-4, July 9, 1913, p. 12-13, retrieved October 1, 2015
- Nelson Evening Mail. Vol XLVIII. 14 February 1914. p 7. Retrieved 1 October 2015
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