Bobbie of the Ballet (1916)

06/12/1916 (US) Drama 50m
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VISTAS OF STAGE LIFE THE PINCH OF POVERTY THE TRIUMPH OF VIRTUE An Intensely Interesting, Morally Helpful And Humanly Impressive Vista of how The "Other Half" Lives.

Overview

Wealthy Jack Stimson (Jay Belasco) falls in love with Broadway diva Velma Vrooman (Gretchen Lederer), and for her sake bankrolls the musical production in which she is currently starred. But when Velma proves to be fickle and unreliable, Jack shifts his affections to humble chorus girl Bobbie (Louise Lovely).

  1. Joseph De Grasse

    Director

  2. Grant Carpenter

    Story

  3. Ida May Park

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Louise Lovely

    Louise Lovely

    Bobbie Brent

  2. Lon Chaney

    Lon Chaney

    Hook Hoover

  3. Jay Belasco

    Jay Belasco

    Jack Stimson

  4. Jean Hathaway

    Jean Hathaway

    Mrs. Stimson

  5. Gretchen Lederer

    Gretchen Lederer

    Velma Vrooman

  6. Gilmore Hammond

    Henry Fox

  7. Lule Warrenton

    Lule Warrenton

    Mrs. Hoover

Full Cast & Crew

Bobbie of the Ballet
Bobbie of the Ballet

Status Released

Original Language English

Budget -

Revenue -

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