The Broken Coin

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The Broken Coin
Broken Coin poster.jpg
Film poster
Directed by Francis Ford
Written by Grace Cunard
Emerson Hough
Starring Grace Cunard
Francis Ford
Cinematography R. E. Irish
Harry McGuire Stanley
Distributed by Universal Film Manufacturing Co.
Release date
  • June 21, 1915 (1915-06-21)
Running time
440 minutes (22 episodes)
Country United States
Language Silent

The Broken Coin is a 1915 American adventure-mystery film serial directed by Francis Ford. This serial is presumed to be lost.[1][2]

From an article in a newspaper.

Cast[edit]

  • Grace Cunard - Kitty Gray
  • Francis Ford - Count Frederick
  • Eddie Polo - Roleau
  • Harry Schumm - King Michael II
  • Ernest Shields - Count Sacchio
  • John Ford - Sacchio's Accomplice (as Jack Ford)
  • W.C. Canfield - Gorgas the Outlaw
  • Reese Gardiner - The Apache
  • Doc Crane - Pawnbroker
  • Harry Mann - Servant
  • Victor Goss - Servant (as Vic Goss)
  • Lew Short - Prime Minister (as Lewis Short)
  • George Utell - Henchman (as G.J. Uttal)
  • Bert Wilson - Confidante
  • Mina Cunard - King's Sweetheart
  • Carl Laemmle - Editor-in-Chief
  • Jack Holt - Captain Williams
  • Mark Fenton - King of Grahaffen
  • John George[3]- uncredited

Chapter titles[edit]

  1. The Broken Coin
  2. The Satan of the Sands
  3. When the Throne Rocked
  4. The Face at the Window
  5. The Underground Foe
  6. A Startling Discovery
  7. Between Two Fires
  8. The Prison in the Palace
  9. Room 22
  10. Cornered
  11. The Clash of Arms
  12. A Cry in the Dark
  13. War
  14. On the Battlefield
  15. Either
  16. The Deluge
  17. Kitty in Danger
  18. The Castaways
  19. The Underground City
  20. The Sacred Fire
  21. Between Two Fires
  22. A Timely Rescue
  23. An American Queen[1]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Progressive Silent Film List: The Broken Coin". Silent Era. Retrieved 2008-02-10. 
  2. ^ "Official Broken Coin Website". 
  3. ^ Pictorial History of the Silent Screeny Daniel Blum c.1953 page 81 ("The Broken Coin")

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