The White Pearl (1915)

Marie Doro in THE WHITE PEARL (1915)

Caption: "The Unexpected Passenger"

Marie Doro in "THE WHITE PEARL"
Produced by Famous Players Film Co.
Adolph Zukor, Pres.
(c) 1915

Thomas Holding and Marie Doro in THE WHITE PEARL (1915)

Caption: "Don't You Know Me... I'm Bob!"
Thomas Holding and Marie Doro

Marie Doro in "THE WHITE PEARL"
Produced by Famous Players Film Co.
Adolph Zukor, Pres.
(c) 1915

Herald for THE WHITE PEARL (1915) with Marie Doro

PARAMOUNT PROGRAM

DANIEL FROHMAN Presents
MARIE DORO in a Fanciful Romance
"THE WHITE PEARL" by Edith Barnard Delano

In the Arms of Buddah!

Produced by the FAMOUS PLAYERS FILM CO.   Adolph Zukor, Pres.

Cozy Theatre
Where the BEST Pictures Are Shown
TUESDAY, Jan. 18 (1916)
Matinee and Night -- 1:30 and 7:00 p.m.
Only 5 and 10 CTS.

MARIE DORO in "THE WHITE PEARL"
in Motion Pictures

CAST OF CHARACTERS
NANCY MARIE DORO
Bob Thomas Holding
Robert Alden, Sr. Walter Craven
Capt. Marvell Robert Broderick
Setsu Cesare Gravina
Setu's Wife Maude Granger
Capt. Featherstone Robert Cain

REVIEW

MARIE DORO, the enchanting young star who through her first appearance in motion pictures, in that great film creation, "The Morals of Marcus," endowed the screen with a new personality, again attains a decisive screen triumph in the Famous Players Film Company's elaborate five-part photo-production "The White Pearl" by Edith Barnard Delano, author of "Rags." "The White Pearl" is a fanciful romance of the orient, with which drama and mystery are absorbingly interwoven. In this unusual story, the strong attachment between two young American lovers survives and triumphs over the machinations of a band of Japanese geisha traders, the influence of a Hindu legent of death which for a time threatens the life of the girl, and the caprices of destiny itself. Throughout the entire production Miss Doro proves herself thoroughly captivating and dramatically effective.


Herald for THE WHITE PEARL (1915) with Marie Doro

THE STAR WHO INTRODUCED A NEW PERSONALITY TO THE SCREEN
MARIE DORO
IN A DRAMATIC ROMANCE OF THE ORIENT,
"THE WHITE PEARL"

The Castaway!
Nancy as O-Nyoko-San
Robert Alden Buys Nancy From Slavery


with Marie Doro and Thomas Holding. Directed by Hugh Ford and Edwin S. Porter. Famous Players/Paramount

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