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Universal Studios' $2 million production was one of the costliest of the silent era, with more than 2400 actors, and a shooting schedule of 19 months. It follows Harriet Beecher Stowe's abolitionist novel about a black family torn apart by slavery. This version contains heroine Eliza's (Fischer) flight across the ice floes, which was borrowed by D.W. Griffith for his film "Way Down East."

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Available on Running time 112 minutes.

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Genres
Slavery, Silent Films, Books to Film: Harriet Beecher Stowe
Screenplay
Harry A. Pollard, Harvey Thew
Cast
James B. Lowe, Margarita Fischer, George Siegmann, Virginia Grey
Cinematography
Charles Stumar, Jacob Kull
Director
Harry A. Pollard
Music
Erno Rapee

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