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"A Society Exile" is an American silent film drama directed by George Fitzmaurice and starring Elsie Ferguson, Julia Dean, and William Carleton. The assistant director to Fitzmaurice was William Scully. The film marks the second screen appearance of the actor Henry Stephenson. The film was based upon the play We Can't Be as Bad as All That by Henry Arthur Jones.
- country: United States of America
- language: Silent film
- producers: Jesse L. Lasky & Adolph Zukor
- art direction by Wiard Ihnen
- cinematography by Arthur Charles Miller
- genre: Silent film
- released on (95 years ago)
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The Film Encyclopedia 7e (2013)
by Ephraim Katz, Ronald Dean Nolen
The Naulahka, The Hillcrest Mystery, The Narrow Path, The Japanese Nightingale 1918; Common Clay, The Witness for the Defense, The Cry of the Weak, Our Better Selves, The Profiteers, The Avalanche, A Society Exile, Counterfeit 1919; ...
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