The Man from Mexico
|The Man from Mexico|
|Directed by||Thomas N. Heffron|
|Produced by||Adolph Zukor
|Written by||Henry A. DuSouchet (play: The Man from Mexico)
Eve Unsell (scenario)
|Distributed by||Famous Players Film Company|
|November 2, 1914|
|5 reels (5,145 feet)|
The Man from Mexico is a 1914 silent film produced by the Famous Players Film Company and Daniel Frohman. It starred John Barrymore in his second feature film and was remade in 1926 as Let's Get Married starring Richard Dix. The film was rereleased by Paramount in 1919 as part of the company's "Success Series" reissue of early successes. The Man from Mexico is now a lost film.
- John Barrymore - Fitzhugh
- Wellington Playter - Prison Warden
- Harold Lockwood - Danton
- Pauline Neff - Clementia Fitzhew
- Anton Ascher - Schmidt
- Fred Annerly - Louis
- Winona Winter - Sally
- Nathaniel Sack
- "The Man from Mexico". Silentera.com. Retrieved 2013-10-10.
- The American Film Institute Catalog Feature Films:1911-20 by The American Film Institute, c.1988
- John Barrymore, A Bio-bibliography" by Martin E. Norden, c.1995; (films rereleased by Paramount as part of their ("Success Series")
- The Broadway League (1909-05-10). "The Man from Mexico as presented on Broadway and subsequent revival". Ibdb.com. Retrieved 2013-10-10.
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