|Directed by||Jack Hulcup|
|Starring||Harry Gilbey |
|Distributed by||Kinematograph Trading Company|
Kissing Cup is a 1913 British silent sports film directed by Jack Hulcup and starring Harry Gilbey, Chrissie White and Cecil Mannering. The film's title is an allusion to the poem Kissing Cup's Race by Campbell Rae Brown. A jockey manages to escape a gang of kidnappers and makes it to Sandown in time to win his race.
- Harry Gilbey as Squire Heatherington
- Chrissie White as Chrissie Heatherington
- Cecil Mannering as Jack Heatherington
- Alec Worcester as Richard Cardew
- John MacAndrews as Ingham - the Trainer
- Flora Morris as Daisy Ingham
- Bobby Ingham as Arthur - the Boy Jockey
- Palmer p.874
- Palmer, Scott. British Film Actors' Credits, 1895-1987. McFarland, 1988.
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