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Intolerance: Love's Struggle Throughout the Ages (1916)
Drama, History . 03 h 17 m
3/5(1)

Overview

The story of a poor young woman, separated by prejudice from her husband and baby, is interwoven with tales of intolerance from throughout history.

Release Date

04 September 1916

Languages

English,

Produced By

Triangle Film Corporation, Wark Producing Corp.,

Directed by :
D.W. Griffith

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Summary

"Intolerance: Love's Struggle Throughout the Ages - The Cruel Hand of Intolerance" is english Language Movie.

"Intolerance: Love's Struggle Throughout the Ages" was released on 04 September 1916 it had a budget of $385,907 and had box office collection of $1,750,000.

The movie was directed by D.W. Griffith

It has cast of: Lillian Gish as The Woman Who Rocks the Cradle, Mae Marsh as The Dear One (Modern Story), Robert Harron as The Boy (Modern Story), F.A. Turner as The Girl's Father (Modern Story), Sam De Grasse as Arthur Jenkins (Modern Story), Vera Lewis as Mary T. Jenkins (Modern Story), Lillian Langdon as Mary, the Mother (Judean Story), Olga Grey as Mary Magdalene (Judean Story), Erich von Ritzau as First Pharisee (Judean Story), Bessie Love as The Bride of Cana (Judean Story), Margery Wilson as Brown Eyes (French Story), Eugene Pallette as Prosper Latour (French Story), Spottiswoode Aitken as Brown Eyes' Father (French Story), Ruth Handforth as Brown Eyes' Mother (French Story), Elmer Clifton as The Rhapsode (Babylonian Story), Seena Owen as Princess Beloved (Attarea) (Babylonian Story), Carl Stockdale as King Nabonidus (Babylonian Story), Mary Alden as Uplifter, Pearl Elmore as Uplifter, Julia Mackley as Uplifter, Miriam Cooper as The Friendless One, Walter Long as The Musketeer of the Slums / Babylonian Warrior, Tom Wilson as The Kindly Policeman, Ralph Lewis as The Governor, Lloyd Ingraham as Judge of the Court, John P. McCarthy as Prison Guard, Monte Blue as The Strike Leader, Marguerite Marsh as Debutante, Edward Dillon as Crook, Billy Quirk as Bartender, Howard Gaye as Jesus Christ / Cardinal de Lorraine, William H. Brown as Father of the Bride of Cana / Warden, George Walsh as The Bridegroom of Cana, W.S. Van Dyke as Cana Wedding Guest, Allan Sears as The Mercenary, Frank Bennett as Charles IX, Maxfield Stanley as Henri III, Josephine Crowell as Catherine de Médici, Constance Talmadge as Marguerite de Navarre / The Mountain Girl, W.E. Lawrence as Henri de Navarre, Joseph Henabery as L'amiral de Coligny / Defendant, Chandler House as Page, Alfred Paget as Prince Belshazzar, Tully Marshall as High Priest of Bel / Friend of the Musketeer, Dore Davidson as The Friendly Neighbor, Taylor N. Duncan as Captain of the Gateg / Bodyguard of the Princess Beloved, Owen Moore as Extra (uncredited), Frank Borzage as Extra (uncredited), Karl Brown as Extra (uncredited), Frank Campeau as Extra (uncredited), Constance Collier as Extra (uncredited), Donald Crisp as Extra (uncredited), Nigel De Brulier as Extra (uncredited), Clarence Geldart as Extra (uncredited), Dell Henderson as Extra (uncredited), Russell Hicks as Extra (uncredited), DeWolf Hopper Sr. as Extra (uncredited), Wilfred Lucas as Extra (uncredited), Francis McDonald as Extra (uncredited), Vester Pegg as Extra (uncredited), Herbert Sutch as Extra (uncredited), Herbert Beerbohm Tree as Extra (uncredited), King Vidor as Extra (uncredited), Hal Wilson as Extra (uncredited), Tammany Young as Extra (uncredited), Sylvia Ashton as Woman at Jenkins Employees Dance (uncredited), Jennie Lee as Woman at Jenkins Employees Dance (uncredited), George Beranger as Second Priest of Bel (uncredited), Kitty Bradbury as Jenkins Party Guest (uncredited), Tod Browning as Crook (uncredited), Frank Brownlee as The Mountain Girl's Brother (uncredited), Kate Bruce as Old Babylonian Mother / The City Mother (uncredited), Edward Burns as Charioteer of the Priest of Bel (uncredited), Noble Johnson as Babylonian Soldier (uncredited), George Fawcett as Babylonian Judge (uncredited), Jewel Carmen as Favorite of the Harem (uncredited), Carol Dempster as Favorite of the Harem (uncredited), Mildred Harris as Favorite of the Harem (uncredited), Daisy Jefferson as Favorite of the Harem (uncredited), Carmel Myers as Favorite of the Harem (uncredited), Eve Southern as Favorite of the Harem (uncredited), Pauline Starke as Favorite of the Harem (uncredited), Natalie Talmadge as Favorite of the Harem (uncredited), Ethel Grey Terry as Favorite of the Harem (uncredited), Francis Carpenter as Child in Epilogue (uncredited), Virginia Lee Corbin as Child in Epilogue (uncredited), Peggy Cartwright as Little Girl (uncredited), Gino Corrado as The Runner (uncredited), William Courtright as Second Pharisee (uncredited), Erich von Stroheim as Second Pharisee (uncredited), Max Davidson as Kindly Neighbor (uncredited), Douglas Fairbanks as Man on White Horse (uncredited), Julia Faye as Bit Role (uncredited), Clyde E. Hopkins as Jenkins's Secretary (uncredited), Alberta Lee as Wife of The Kindly Neighbor (uncredited), Elmo Lincoln as The Mighty Man of Valor (uncredited), Loyola O'Connor as Attarea's Slave (uncredited), Wallace Reid as Boy Killed in Battle (uncredited), Alma Rubens as Girl at the Marriage Market (uncredited), Madame Sul-Te-Wan as Girl at the Marriage Market (uncredited), Ruth Darling as Girl at the Marriage Market, George Siegmann as Cyrus (uncredited), Raymond Wells as Counselor to Charles IX (uncredited), Winifred Westover as The Favorite of Egibi (uncredited), David Butler as Babylonian Soldier (uncredited) in lead roles.

Series Cast

Lillian Gish
The Woman Who Rocks the Cradle
Popularity:18.431

Mae Marsh
The Dear One (Modern Story)
Popularity:6.8

Robert Harron
The Boy (Modern Story)
Popularity:3.008

F.A. Turner
The Girl's Father (Modern Story)
Popularity:3.146

Sam De Grasse
Arthur Jenkins (Modern Story)
Popularity:2.482

Vera Lewis
Mary T. Jenkins (Modern Story)
Popularity:3.23

Lillian Langdon
Mary, the Mother (Judean Story)
Popularity:1.489

Olga Grey
Mary Magdalene (Judean Story)
Popularity:1.552

Erich von Ritzau
First Pharisee (Judean Story)
Popularity:1.052

Bessie Love
The Bride of Cana (Judean Story)
Popularity:8.06

Margery Wilson
Brown Eyes (French Story)
Popularity:3.97

Eugene Pallette
Prosper Latour (French Story)
Popularity:4.354

Spottiswoode Aitken
Brown Eyes' Father (French Story)
Popularity:2.924

Ruth Handforth
Brown Eyes' Mother (French Story)
Popularity:1.765

Elmer Clifton
The Rhapsode (Babylonian Story)
Popularity:3.534

Seena Owen
Princess Beloved (Attarea) (Babylonian Story)
Popularity:3.017

Carl Stockdale
King Nabonidus (Babylonian Story)
Popularity:2.943

Mary Alden
Uplifter
Popularity:2.448

Pearl Elmore
Uplifter
Popularity:1.01

Julia Mackley
Uplifter
Popularity:1.799

Miriam Cooper
The Friendless One
Popularity:3.592

Walter Long
The Musketeer of the Slums / Babylonian Warrior
Popularity:3.377

Tom Wilson
The Kindly Policeman
Popularity:5.828

Ralph Lewis
The Governor
Popularity:4.664

Lloyd Ingraham
Judge of the Court
Popularity:3.795

John P. McCarthy
Prison Guard
Popularity:1.72

Monte Blue
The Strike Leader
Popularity:7.82

Marguerite Marsh
Debutante
Popularity:1.214

Edward Dillon
Crook
Popularity:1.599

Billy Quirk
Bartender
Popularity:3.703

Howard Gaye
Jesus Christ / Cardinal de Lorraine
Popularity:4.917

William H. Brown
Father of the Bride of Cana / Warden
Popularity:1.258

George Walsh
The Bridegroom of Cana
Popularity:3.581

W.S. Van Dyke
Cana Wedding Guest
Popularity:6.149

Allan Sears
The Mercenary
Popularity:1.742

Frank Bennett
Charles IX
Popularity:0.6

Maxfield Stanley
Henri III
Popularity:0.681

Josephine Crowell
Catherine de Médici
Popularity:3.432

Constance Talmadge
Marguerite de Navarre / The Mountain Girl
Popularity:2.615

W.E. Lawrence
Henri de Navarre
Popularity:1.91

Joseph Henabery
L'amiral de Coligny / Defendant
Popularity:5.905

Chandler House
Page
Popularity:3.269

Alfred Paget
Prince Belshazzar
Popularity:0.682

Tully Marshall
High Priest of Bel / Friend of the Musketeer
Popularity:6.859

Dore Davidson
The Friendly Neighbor
Popularity:1.73

Taylor N. Duncan
Captain of the Gateg / Bodyguard of the Princess Beloved
Popularity:2.904

Owen Moore
Extra (uncredited)
Popularity:2.845

Frank Borzage
Extra (uncredited)
Popularity:7.725

Karl Brown
Extra (uncredited)
Popularity:2.58

Frank Campeau
Extra (uncredited)
Popularity:1.148

Constance Collier
Extra (uncredited)
Popularity:5.155

Donald Crisp
Extra (uncredited)
Popularity:8.665

Nigel De Brulier
Extra (uncredited)
Popularity:2.791

Clarence Geldart
Extra (uncredited)
Popularity:2.074

Dell Henderson
Extra (uncredited)
Popularity:3.165

Russell Hicks
Extra (uncredited)
Popularity:4.202

DeWolf Hopper Sr.
Extra (uncredited)
Popularity:1.092

Wilfred Lucas
Extra (uncredited)
Popularity:3.323

Francis McDonald
Extra (uncredited)
Popularity:10.963

Vester Pegg
Extra (uncredited)
Popularity:2.797

Herbert Sutch
Extra (uncredited)
Popularity:0.98

Herbert Beerbohm Tree
Extra (uncredited)
Popularity:1.191

King Vidor
Extra (uncredited)
Popularity:10.507

Hal Wilson
Extra (uncredited)
Popularity:2.367

Tammany Young
Extra (uncredited)
Popularity:1.186

Sylvia Ashton
Woman at Jenkins Employees Dance (uncredited)
Popularity:2.074

Jennie Lee
Woman at Jenkins Employees Dance (uncredited)
Popularity:1.635

George Beranger
Second Priest of Bel (uncredited)
Popularity:1.858

Kitty Bradbury
Jenkins Party Guest (uncredited)
Popularity:1.718

Tod Browning
Crook (uncredited)
Popularity:2.279

Frank Brownlee
The Mountain Girl's Brother (uncredited)
Popularity:2.339

Kate Bruce
Old Babylonian Mother / The City Mother (uncredited)
Popularity:4.166

Edward Burns
Charioteer of the Priest of Bel (uncredited)
Popularity:1.308

Noble Johnson
Babylonian Soldier (uncredited)
Popularity:7.652

George Fawcett
Babylonian Judge (uncredited)
Popularity:2.265

Jewel Carmen
Favorite of the Harem (uncredited)
Popularity:3.617

Carol Dempster
Favorite of the Harem (uncredited)
Popularity:3.765

Mildred Harris
Favorite of the Harem (uncredited)
Popularity:7.047

Daisy Jefferson
Favorite of the Harem (uncredited)
Popularity:2.239

Carmel Myers
Favorite of the Harem (uncredited)
Popularity:7.06

Eve Southern
Favorite of the Harem (uncredited)
Popularity:2.013

Pauline Starke
Favorite of the Harem (uncredited)
Popularity:2.657

Natalie Talmadge
Favorite of the Harem (uncredited)
Popularity:2.412

Ethel Grey Terry
Favorite of the Harem (uncredited)
Popularity:1.375

Francis Carpenter
Child in Epilogue (uncredited)
Popularity:1.788

Virginia Lee Corbin
Child in Epilogue (uncredited)
Popularity:1.573

Peggy Cartwright
Little Girl (uncredited)
Popularity:2.039

Gino Corrado
The Runner (uncredited)
Popularity:4.288

William Courtright
Second Pharisee (uncredited)
Popularity:1.423

Erich von Stroheim
Second Pharisee (uncredited)
Popularity:6.522

Max Davidson
Kindly Neighbor (uncredited)
Popularity:3.193

Douglas Fairbanks
Man on White Horse (uncredited)
Popularity:11.13

Julia Faye
Bit Role (uncredited)
Popularity:9.48

Clyde E. Hopkins
Jenkins's Secretary (uncredited)
Popularity:1.108

Alberta Lee
Wife of The Kindly Neighbor (uncredited)
Popularity:2.177

Elmo Lincoln
The Mighty Man of Valor (uncredited)
Popularity:1.876

Loyola O'Connor
Attarea's Slave (uncredited)
Popularity:0.84

Wallace Reid
Boy Killed in Battle (uncredited)
Popularity:2.476

Alma Rubens
Girl at the Marriage Market (uncredited)
Popularity:2.031

Madame Sul-Te-Wan
Girl at the Marriage Market (uncredited)
Popularity:1.861

Ruth Darling
Girl at the Marriage Market
Popularity:0.6

George Siegmann
Cyrus (uncredited)
Popularity:3.281

Raymond Wells
Counselor to Charles IX (uncredited)
Popularity:1.581

Winifred Westover
The Favorite of Egibi (uncredited)
Popularity:3.027

David Butler
Babylonian Soldier (uncredited)
Popularity:8.277

It Crew included: Billy Bitzer as Director of Photography(Camera), D.W. Griffith as Scenario Writer(Writing), Anita Loos as Writer(Writing), D.W. Griffith as Director(Directing), Frank E. Woods as Writer(Writing), Hettie Grey Baker as Title Graphics(Crew), Tod Browning as Screenplay(Writing), Mary H. O'Connor as Title Graphics(Crew), D.W. Griffith as Editor(Editing), James Smith as Editor(Editing), Rose Smith as Editor(Editing), D.W. Griffith as Production Design(Art), D.W. Griffith as Costume Design(Costume & Make-Up), Clare West as Costume Design(Costume & Make-Up), D.W. Griffith as Makeup Artist(Costume & Make-Up), Robert Anderson as Makeup Artist(Costume & Make-Up), Frank E. Woods as Production Supervisor(Production), Leo Nomis as Stunts(Crew), Allan Dwan as Grip(Camera), Shorty English as Carpenter(Crew), Frank Wortman as Set Designer(Art), Ralph M. DeLacy as Property Master(Crew), Arthur Berthelet as Second Assistant Director(Directing), Walter L. Hall as Art Direction(Art), Monte Blue as Second Assistant Director(Directing), Tod Browning as Second Assistant Director(Directing), Christy Cabanne as Second Assistant Director(Directing), Elmer Clifton as First Assistant Director(Directing), Jack Conway as Second Assistant Director(Directing), Edward Dillon as Second Assistant Director(Directing), Allan Dwan as Second Assistant Director(Directing), Victor Fleming as Second Assistant Director(Directing), Sidney Franklin as Second Unit(Crew), Joseph Henabery as First Assistant Director(Directing), George W. Hill as Second Assistant Director(Directing), Lloyd Ingraham as Second Assistant Director(Directing), George Nichols Jr. as Second Assistant Director(Directing), Mike Siebert as Second Assistant Director(Directing), George Siegmann as First Assistant Director(Directing), W.S. Van Dyke as Second Assistant Director(Directing), Martin Aguerre as Construction Coordinator(Art), Walter L. Hall as Set Designer(Art), Halsted Sullivan as Assistant Property Master(Art), R. Ellis Wales as Set Designer(Art), Hal Sullivan as Special Effects(Crew), Charles Eagle Eye as Stunts(Crew), Louis Bitzer as First Assistant Camera(Camera), Joe Aller as Assistant Editor(Editing), Gertrude Bambrick as Choreographer(Crew), Ruth St. Denis as Choreographer(Crew), Erich von Stroheim as Assistant Production Manager(Production), Robert Anderson as Technical Supervisor(Crew), D.W. Griffith as Presenter(Crew), Walt Whitman as Poem(Crew), Karl Brown as Camera Operator(Camera), in lead roles.

Series Crew

Billy Bitzer
Director of Photography
O:Camera

D.W. Griffith
Scenario Writer
O:Writing

Anita Loos
Writer
O:Writing

D.W. Griffith
Director
O:Directing

Frank E. Woods
Writer
O:Writing

Hettie Grey Baker
Title Graphics
O:Crew

Tod Browning
Screenplay
O:Writing

Mary H. O'Connor
Title Graphics
O:Crew

D.W. Griffith
Editor
O:Editing

James Smith
Editor
O:Editing

Rose Smith
Editor
O:Editing

D.W. Griffith
Production Design
O:Art

D.W. Griffith
Costume Design
O:Costume & Make-Up

Clare West
Costume Design
O:Costume & Make-Up

D.W. Griffith
Makeup Artist
O:Costume & Make-Up

Robert Anderson
Makeup Artist
O:Costume & Make-Up

Frank E. Woods
Production Supervisor
O:Production

Leo Nomis
Stunts
O:Crew

Allan Dwan
Grip
O:Camera

Shorty English
Carpenter
O:Crew

Frank Wortman
Set Designer
O:Art

Ralph M. DeLacy
Property Master
O:Crew

Arthur Berthelet
Second Assistant Director
O:Directing

Walter L. Hall
Art Direction
O:Art

Monte Blue
Second Assistant Director
O:Directing

Tod Browning
Second Assistant Director
O:Directing

Christy Cabanne
Second Assistant Director
O:Directing

Elmer Clifton
First Assistant Director
O:Directing

Jack Conway
Second Assistant Director
O:Directing

Edward Dillon
Second Assistant Director
O:Directing

Allan Dwan
Second Assistant Director
O:Directing

Victor Fleming
Second Assistant Director
O:Directing

Sidney Franklin
Second Unit
O:Crew

Joseph Henabery
First Assistant Director
O:Directing

George W. Hill
Second Assistant Director
O:Directing

Lloyd Ingraham
Second Assistant Director
O:Directing

George Nichols Jr.
Second Assistant Director
O:Directing

Mike Siebert
Second Assistant Director
O:Directing

George Siegmann
First Assistant Director
O:Directing

W.S. Van Dyke
Second Assistant Director
O:Directing

Martin Aguerre
Construction Coordinator
O:Art

Walter L. Hall
Set Designer
O:Art

Halsted Sullivan
Assistant Property Master
O:Art

R. Ellis Wales
Set Designer
O:Art

Hal Sullivan
Special Effects
O:Crew

Charles Eagle Eye
Stunts
O:Crew

Louis Bitzer
First Assistant Camera
O:Camera

Joe Aller
Assistant Editor
O:Editing

Gertrude Bambrick
Choreographer
O:Crew

Ruth St. Denis
Choreographer
O:Crew

Erich von Stroheim
Assistant Production Manager
O:Production

Robert Anderson
Technical Supervisor
O:Crew

D.W. Griffith
Presenter
O:Crew

Walt Whitman
Poem
O:Crew

Karl Brown
Camera Operator
O:Camera
Snap Shot
Status: Released
Released on:
04 September 1916

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Intolerance: love's struggle throughout the ages (1916) D. W Griffith