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|The Deep Purple|
|Directed by||James Young|
|Produced by||Peerless Productions|
|Starring||Clara Kimball Young|
|Distributed by||World Film Corporation|
|January 11, 1915|
December 4, 1916 (re-released)
The Deep Purple is a lost 1915 film directed by James Young from a play written by Paul Armstrong and Wilson Mizner. The film stars Clara Kimball Young and Milton Sills, and was remade in 1920 again titled The Deep Purple by director Raoul Walsh.
This is the first film of actress Esther Ralston, then 13 years old, who has a bit role.
- Clara Kimball Young - Doris Moore
- Edward Kimball - Rev. William Moore
- Milton Sills - William Lake
- Mae Hopkins - Ruth Lake
- Mrs. E.M. Kimball - Mrs. Lake
- William J. Ferguson - 'Pop' Clark
- Grace Aylesworth - 'Fresno' Kate Fallon
- Crauford Kent - Harry Leland
- Frederick Truesdell - Inspector Bruce
- DeWitt Jennings - Gordon Laylock
- Walter Craven - Pat Connelly
- Esther Ralston - Bit, Angel
- Bert Starkey - Bit
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