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|The Boy Girl|
|Directed by||Edwin Stevens|
|Written by||John C. Brownell|
|Starring||Violet Mersereau |
|Distributed by||Universal Pictures|
|March 5, 1917|
The Boy Girl is a 1917 American silent comedy film directed by Edwin Stevens and starring Violet Mersereau, Sidney Mason and Florida Kingsley. Merserau portrays a tomboy who is controlled by two aunts after her father dies and leaves her an inheritance. The love story finds her escaping and heroically aiding her mate.
- Violet Mersereau as 'Jack' Channing
- Sidney Mason as Bob Ridgeway
- Florida Kingsley as Agatha Channing
- Caroline Harris as Martha Channing
- Maud Cooling as Mrs. J. Ridgeway
- Tina Marshall as Catherine Ridgeway
- Charles Mason as King Channing
- James O'Neill as Albert Corey
- Dean Raymond as John Ridgeway
- Byron Dean as Algernon Week
- Langman, Larry. American Film Cycles: The Silent Era. Greenwood Publishing, 1998.
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