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A Fool There Was (1914) was a Comedy - Short Films Film directed by Frank Griffin and produced by Arthur Hotaling and Siegmund Lubin.

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A Fool There Was” (1915)

By Dawn on May 3, 2011 From Noir and Chick Flicks

A Fool There Was (1915). Is a silent film, directed by Frank Powell. Cast: Theda Bara, one of the first sex symbols of the early 20th century. Bara plays a vamp who uses her charms to seduce and corrupt a moral Wall Street lawyer, John Schuyler (Edward Jose). A Fool There Was was considered controve... Read full article


“A Fool There Was” (1915) Theda Bara

By Silentfilmfanatic on May 2, 2011 From Noir and Chick Flicks

“A Fool There Was” (1915) is a silent drama starring Theda Bara, Edward Jose, Mabel Frenyear, and May Allison. Directed by Frank Powell, this film was inspired by both the Rudyard Kipling poem, “A Fool There Was” and the Sir Philip Burne-Jones painting, “The Vampire.... Read full article


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