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Let Katie Do It (1916)

Directors:

Chester M. Franklin (as C.M. Franklin), Sidney Franklin (as S.A. Franklin)

Writers:

D.W. Griffith (story) (as Granville Warwick), Bernard McConville
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Cast

Cast overview:
Jane Grey ... Katie Standish
Tully Marshall ... Oliver Putnam
Luray Huntley Luray Huntley ... Priscilla Standish
Charles West Charles West ... Caleb Adams
Ralph Lewis ... Uncle Dan Standish
George C. Pearce ... Father Standish (as George Pearce)
Walter Long ... Pedro Garcia
Charles Gorman Charles Gorman ... Carlos
Violet Radcliffe Violet Radcliffe ... Adams Child
Georgie Stone ... Adams Child
'Baby' Carmen De Rue ... Adams Child (as Carmen De Rue)
Francis Carpenter Francis Carpenter ... Adams Child
Ninon Fovieri Ninon Fovieri ... Adams Child
Lloyd Perl Lloyd Perl ... Adams Child (as Lloyd Pearl)
Beulah Burns ... Adams Child
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Genres:

Drama

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

9 January 1916 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Mother of Seven See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Fine Arts Film Company See more »
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Sound Mix:

Silent

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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The film survives at the Library of Congress and UCLA Film and Television. See more »

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A western, mainly interesting for the kids
7 March 2000 | by psteierSee all my reviews

Katie is imposed on by her parents, her sister, her sister's husband and their 7 kids, so her fiancee sees no hope and goes to Mexico to help with Katie's uncle's gold mine. When the parents die and the sister and her husband are killed in a train wreck, Katie ends up with the kids. She takes them to visit the fiancee in Mexico, who is not so sure about the kids, but then the kids help hold off an attack by Mexicans and everything ends happily.

Most interesting are the kids (ages perhaps 3 to 8), who do very well considering.


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