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Brewster's Millions (1914 film)

Brewster's Millions
Scene published in a newspaper.
Directed by Oscar Apfel
Cecil B. DeMille
Based on Brewster's Millions 
by George Barr McCutcheon
Brewster's Millions 
by Winchell Smith and Byron Ongley
Starring Edward Abeles
Cinematography Alvin Wyckoff
Distributed by Paramount Pictures
Release date(s)
Running time 5 reels
Country United States
Language Silent

Brewster's Millions is a 1914 American comedy film directed by Oscar Apfel and Cecil B. DeMille and starred Edward Abeles. It is an adaptation of the 1902 novel written by George Barr McCutcheon. The novel had also been turned into a successful 1906 Broadway play that also starred Edward Abeles. Abeles' success in the play led to his being cast in this film.[1]

Sydney Deane, who played the character of Jonas Sedgwick, made his film debut in Brewster's Millions and in doing so became the first Australian to appear in a Hollywood film.[2] The film is considered lost.[3]

Cast

  • Edward Abeles as Robert Brewster / Monty Brewster
  • Joseph Singleton as Edwin Peter Brewster
  • Sydney Deane as Jonas Sedgwick
  • Miss Bartholomew as Louise Sedgwick
  • Mabel Van Buren as Mrs. Gray
  • James MacGregor as John Harrison
  • Dick La Reno as Swearengen Jones / The Sheik
  • Baby La Reno as Monty Brewer, age 5
  • "Baby" Carmen De Rue as Peggy Gray, age 5 (as Baby De Rue)
  • Winifred Kingston as Peggy Gray
  • Bernadine Zuber as Barbara Drew
  • Monroe Salisbury as Noppier Harrison
  • Maureen Rasmussen as Trixie, the actress

References

External links

  • Internet Movie Database

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