|Directed by||Rowland V. Lee|
|Produced by||William Fox|
|Written by||Donald W. Lee (adaptation, screenplay)|
|Based on||Gentle Julia
by Booth Tarkington
|Distributed by||Fox Film Corporation|
|60 minutes; 6 reels|
Gentle Julia is a 1923 silent romantic drama film produced and distributed by Fox Film Corporation. Directed by Rowland V. Lee, the film starred Bessie Love. It is based on a novel, Gentle Julia, by Booth Tarkington. It is considered a lost film.
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Julia (Bessie Love) is a "small-town heartbreaker" who falls for an older man (Charles K. French). When he takes her back to his home in Chicago, she finds out he is married. She leaves him, returning to neighbor Noble Dill (Harold Goodwin).
- Bessie Love as Julia
- Harold Goodwin as Noble Dill
- Frank Elliott as Randolph Crum
- Charles K. French as John Atwater
- Clyde Benson as George Atwater
- Harry Dunkinson as Uncle Joe Atwater
- Jack Rollens as Newland Sanders
- Frances Miller (billed as Frances Grant) as Mrs. Joe Atwater
- William Irving as George Plum
- Agnes Aker as Mrs. George Atwater
- William Berke (billied as William Lester) as Herbert Atwater
- Gypsy Norman as Mrs. Herbert Atwater
- Mary Arthur as Florence Atwater
- Richard Billings as Herbert Atwater Jr
- Leslie Fenton (unbilled)
- The American Film Institute Catalog Feature Films: 1921–30 by The American Film Institute, c.1971
- "Gentle Julia". The Ottawa Journal (Ottawa, Canada). April 12, 1924. p. 19.
- "'Gentle Julia' at Princess". Reading Eagle. December 17, 1924.
- Munden, Kenneth White (ed.). The American Film Institute Catalog of Motion Pictures. 1, Part 1.
- "Bessie Love in Title Role". Film Daily: 4 col. 2. 24 September 1923.
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