Classmates (1914 film)

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Directed by James Kirkwood
Produced by Abe Erlanger
Marc Klaw
Written by Margaret Turnbull(play)
William C. deMille(play)
Starring Henry B. Walthall
Blanche Sweet
Cinematography Tony Gaudio
Distributed by Biograph Company
Release date
February 14, 1914
Running time
4 reels (approximately 40 minutes)
Language Silent

Classmates is a 1914 silent film directed by James Kirkwood for the Biograph Company. It is based on the 1907 stage play Classmates by Margaret Turnbull and William C. deMille. It was shot in Jacksonville, Florida at the end of 1913.[1][2][3]

The film is extant today as the result of a Paper print depositing in the Library of Congress. It was shown at Cinefest 2012.[4][5]



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