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|Uncle Tom's Cabin|
|Directed by||William Robert Daly|
|Produced by||J.V. Ritchey|
|Distributed by||World Film|
|August 10, 1914|
Uncle Tom's Cabin is a 1914 American silent historical drama film directed by William Robert Daly using Vitagraph and starring Sam Lucas, Walter Hitchcock, and Hattie Delaro. It was based upon playwright George L. Aiken's theatrical adaptation of Harriet Beecher Stowe's 1852 novel, Uncle Tom's Cabin. It was produced at Fort Lee, New Jersey by the newly-founded World Film studio.
- Sam Lucas as Uncle Tom
- Walter Hitchcock as George Shelby
- Hattie Delaro as Mrs. Shelby
- Master Abernathy as George Shelby Jr.
- Teresa Michelena as Eliza
- Irving Cummings as George Harris
- Paul Scardon as Haley
- Marie Eline as Little Eva St. Clair
- Garfield Thompson as St. Clair
- Roy Applegate as Simon Legree
- Boots Wall as Topsy
- Goble p.997
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- Goble, Alan. The Complete Index to Literary Sources in Film. Walter de Gruyter, 1999.
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