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|Directed by||William A. Seiter|
|Written by||Agnes Christine Johnston (scenario)|
Forrest Halsey (titles)
Gene Towne (titles)
|Based on||Outcast (1914 play)|
by Hubert Henry Davies
|Produced by||Richard A. Rowland|
|Cinematography||John F. Seitz|
|Edited by||Hugh Bennett|
|Music by||Karl Hajos|
|Distributed by||Warner Bros.|
|Language||Silent (English intertitles & sound sequences)|
Outcast is a 1928 silent film drama produced and distributed by First National Pictures. It was directed by William A. Seiter and stars Corinne Griffith, often considered one of the most beautiful women in film. This story had been filmed in 1917 as The World and the Woman with Jeanne Eagels. In 1922 a Paramount film of the same name with Elsie Ferguson reprising her stage role was released. Both films were based on a 1914 play, Outcast, by Hubert Henry Davies which starred Ferguson. The Seiter/Griffith film was an all silent with Vitaphone music and sound effects. In the sound era the story was filmed once again as The Girl from 10th Avenue starring Bette Davis. According to the Library of Congress database shows a print surviving complete at Cineteca Italiana in Milan.
- Print exists in Cineteca Italiana, Italian archive Milan.
- The American Film Institute Catalog Feature Films: 1921-30 by American Film Institute, (1971)
- Outcast at silentera.com database
- Outcast produced on Broadway at the Lyceum Theatre, November 2, 1914 to March 1915, 168 performances; IMDb.com
- The Library of Congress American Silent Feature Film Survival Catalog:..Outcast(1928)
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