Inspiration (1915 film)
Audrey Munson in Inspiration
|Directed by||George Foster Platt|
|Produced by||Edwin Thanhouser|
|Written by||Virginia Tyler Hudson (scenario)|
Thomas A. Curran
|Cinematography||Lawrence E. Williams|
|Distributed by||Mutual Film Corporation|
|Release dates||November 18, 1915 (US)
April 21, 1918 (US re-release)
Inspiration is a 1915 American silent drama film written by Virginia Tyler Hudson and directed by George Foster Platt and starring Audrey Munson. It is notable for being the first non-pornographic American film to feature full nudity of a woman. On reissue in 1918, the film was called The Perfect Model. All copies of the movie are believed to have been lost.
A young sculptor searches for the perfect model to inspire his work. He finds a poverty-stricken girl who he thinks is the one he has been looking for. When she wanders off, he visits all the famous statues in Manhattan hoping to find her again.
- Audrey Munson as The Model
- Thomas A. Curran as The Artist
- George Marlo as The Artist's Friend
- Bert Delaney as The Artist's Friend
- Carey L. Hastings - Undetermined Role
- Ethyle Cooke - Undetermined Role
- Louise Emerald Bates - Undetermined Role
- "Inspiration". silentera.com. Retrieved March 4, 2013.
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