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|The Dancer's Peril|
|Directed by||Travers Vale|
|Written by||Harriet Morris|
|Produced by||William A. Brady|
|Distributed by||World Film|
|March 12, 1917|
The Dancer's Peril is a 1917 American silent romance film directed by Travers Vale and starring Alice Brady, Philip Hahn and Harry Benham. Its plotline features the Ballets Russes, then appearing in a show by the Shubert Brothers, major backers of World Film. The film still survives, unlike many others from the era.
- Alice Brady as Mother / Daughter
- Philip Hahn as Grand Duke Alexis
- Harry Benham as Richard Moraino
- Montagu Love as Michael Pavloff
- Alexis Kosloff as Nicholas
- Augusta Burmeister as Marta Antonovitch
- Louis R. Grisel as Marta's Husband
- Jack Drumier as Lamoraux
- Johnny Hines as Ivan
- Sidney D'Albrook as Boris
- Koszarski p.66
- Richard Koszarski. An Evening's Entertainment: The Age of the Silent Feature Picture, 1915-1928. University of California Press, 1994.
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