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The Gray Ghost (serial)

The Gray Ghost
Film poster
Directed by Stuart Paton
Written by Stuart Paton
Arthur Somers Roche
Starring Harry Carter
Priscilla Dean
Distributed by Universal Film Manufacturing Co.
Release date(s)
Running time 16 episodes
Country United States
Language Silent

The Gray Ghost is a 1917 American crime-drama film serial directed by Stuart Paton.[1] It is presumed to be lost.[1]

Cast

Chapter titles

  1. The Bank Mystery
  2. The Mysterious Message
  3. The Warning
  4. The Fight
  5. Plunder
  6. The House of Mystery
  7. Caught In The Web
  8. The Double Floor
  9. The Pearl Necklace
  10. Shadows
  11. The Flaming Meteor
  12. The Poisoned Ring
  13. The Tightening Snare
  14. At Bay
  15. The Duel
  16. From Out of The Past

See also

References

External links

  • Internet Movie Database
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