Under the Crescent
|Under the Crescent|
|Directed by||Burton L. King|
|Written by||Nell Shipman|
|Distributed by||Universal Film Manufacturing Co.|
A series of six episodes involving the adventures of an American actress in Old Egypt.
The story is biographical; it was based on the real life of its lead actress, Ola Humphrey, who in 1911 married Egyptian Prince Ibrahim Hassan, cousin of the Khedive. She convert to Islam and take the name Habiba.
- Ola Humphrey - The American Actress
- William C. Dowlan - Stanley Clyde
- Edward Sloman - Prince Ibrahim Tousson
- Helen Wright - Princess Ousson
- Carmen Phillips - Princess Uarda
- William Quinn - Said Pasha
- Henry Canfield - Sir Godfrey (as H.E. Canfield)
- Orral Humphrey - Meheimit Ali
- Edna Maison - Princess Zohna
- The Purple Iris
- The Cage of the Golden Bars
- In The Shadows of the Pyramids
- For The Honor of a Woman
- In The Name of the King
- The Crown of Death
- "Progressive Silent Film List: Under the Crescent". Silent Era. Retrieved January 2, 2009.
- "Actress Weds a Prince". NY Times. Retrieved 2013-01-07.
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