The Day After (1909 film)

The Day After (1909 film)

Infobox Film
name = The Day After

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director = D. W. Griffith
Frank Powell
producer =
writer = Mary Pickford
narrator =
starring = Blanche Sweet
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cinematography =
editing =
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released = 30 December, 1909
runtime =
country = USA
language = Silent
English intertitles
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imdb_id = 0000841

"The Day After" is a 1909 short silent drama film directed by D. W. Griffith and starring Blanche Sweet. A print of the film survives in the film archive of the Library of Congress. cite web |url= |title=Silent Era: The Day After |accessdate=2008-07-02|work=silentera]


* Arthur V. Johnson - Mr. Hilton
* Blanche Sweet - The New Year
* Marion Leonard - Mrs. Hilton
* George Nichols - A Friend
* Linda Arvidson - Servant
* Frank Evans - Party Guest
* James Kirkwood - Party Guest
* Henry Lehrman - Party Guest
* Jeanie Macpherson - Party Guest
* W. Chrystie Miller - The Old Year
* Anthony O'Sullivan - Party Guest
* Gertrude Robinson - Party Guest
* Paul Scardon - Party Guest (unconfirmed)
* Mack Sennett - Party Guest
* Henry B. Walthall - Party Guest
* Dorothy West - Party Guest

ee also

* D. W. Griffith filmography
* Blanche Sweet filmography


External links

*imdb title|id=0000841|title=The Day After

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