A Tale of Two Cities (1917)

03/10/1917 (US) RomanceHistoryDrama 1h 10m
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At the outbreak of the French Revolution, Charles Darnay goes to Paris to rescue an imprisoned former family servant. He is himself imprisoned and condemned by the revolutionary forces there. His wife, the former Lucie Manette, is secretly loved by a gentlemanly wastrel, Sydney Carton. Carton embarks on a daring plan to save the husband of the woman he loves.

  1. Frank Lloyd

    Director, Screenplay

  2. Charles Dickens


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  1. William Farnum

    William Farnum

    Charles Darnay / Sydney Carton

  2. Jewel Carmen

    Jewel Carmen

    Lucie Manette

  3. Charles Clary

    Charles Clary

    Marquis St.Evenmonde

  4. Herschel Mayall

    Herschel Mayall

    Jacques Defarge

  5. Rosita Marstini

    Rosita Marstini

    Madame Therese Defarge

  6. Josef Swickard

    Josef Swickard

    Dr. Alexandre Manette

  7. Ralph Lewis

    Ralph Lewis

    Roger Cly

  8. William Clifford

    William Clifford


  9. Marc Robbins

    Jarvis Lorry

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A Tale of Two Cities
A Tale of Two Cities

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Original Language English

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