Audrey Munson in Purity
|Directed by||Rae Berger|
|Written by||Clifford Howard (scenario)|
Thomas A. Curran
Nigel De Brulier
William A. Carroll
|Distributed by||Mutual Film|
|Release dates||July 23, 1916 (USA)|
Purity (1916) is an American silent film written by Clifford Howard and directed by Rae Berger and starring Audrey Munson. The film is notable for its nude scenes. The film was called Reinheit in Germany.
Purity (Munson), a simple country girl, comes to the city and is hired as an artist's model. A young poet becomes obsessed with her, and is distraught when he learns she has been posing nude. But his distress is diminished when he finds that she intends to use her income from modeling to publish his poetry.
- Audrey Munson as Purity / Virtue
- Nigel De Brulier as Thorton Darcy
- Alfred Hollingsworth as Claude Lamarque
- William A. Carroll as Evil / Luston Black
- Eugenie Forde as Judith Lure
- Clarence Burton as Publisher
- Nela Drinkwitz as Model
- Molly Shafer as Landlady
- "SilentEra entry". Silentera.com. 2009-06-12. Retrieved 2014-08-10.
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