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|Directed by||Tod Browning|
|Produced by||Ruth Roland|
|Screenplay by||Frederick Stowers|
|Story by||Jane Courthope|
Henry B. Walthall
|Cinematography||Allen Q. Thompson|
|Distributed by||Truart Films|
|6 reels (6318 feet)|
|Language||Silent (English intertitles)|
- Ruth Roland as Ruth Craig
- Henry B. Walthall as Alec Craig
- Mayme Kelso as Mrs. Craig
- Earl Schenck as Grant Elliot
- Claire McDowell as Mrs. Meadows (Craig's sister)
- Roscoe Karns as Gene Meadows (her son)
- Jane Mercer as Betty Meadows (her daughter)
- Lloyd Whitlock as Howard Steele
- Otis Harlan as Norris
- Edward W. Borman as Tilton (credited as Edward Borman)
- Newton Hall as Little Boy
- Pat Wing as Little Girl (credited as Madison Wing)
- Toby Wing as Little Girl
- Sonnie Walker as Little Boy
- Michael Dark (uncredited)
- Lou Marangella (uncredited)
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- Quigley, Martin J., ed. (April 19, 1924). "Herald's Studio Directory". Exhibitors Herald. Vol. 18 no. 17. Chicago, Illinois. p. 28 – via Archive.org.
- Johnston, William A., ed. (March 15, 1924). "Cast Selected For Ruth Roland Feature". Motion Picture News. 24 (11). Albany, New York. p. 1185 – via Archive.org.
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