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The Musketeers of Pig Alley (1912)



(1912)

Crime / Drama / Silent

11:26 minutes

Directed by D.W. Griffith

Cast:

Elmer Booth as the Snapper Kid, the Musketeers' leader
Lillian Gish as the little Lady
Clara T. Bracy as the little lady's Mother
Walter Miller as the Musician
Alfred Paget as the Rival Gang Leader
John T. Dillon as the Policeman
Madge Kirby as the little lady's Friend
Harry Carey as Snapper's sidekick
Robert Harron as a Rival Gang Member
Spike Robinson as Rival Gang Member
Adolph Lestina as the Bartender
Jack Pickford as a Rival Gang Member
Gertrude Bambrick as a girl at the dance
Lionel Barrymore as the musician's Friend
Kid Broad as Kid Broad
Kathleen Butler as a girl on the street
W. Christy Cabanne as a girl at the dance
Donald Crisp as a Rival Gang Member
Dorothy Gish as a girl on the street

The Musician and The Little Lady are in love and want to get married.  In order to get the money The Musician takes work in another town, only to have his money stolen by The Snapper Kid when he returns.  The Little Lady meanwhile has met The Snapper Kid who saves her from a rival gangster.  When the musketeers are involved in a fight with a rival gang The Musician gets his money back, and he and The Little Lady have the opportunity to return The Snapper Kid’s favor. 

This 17 minute film is credited as being the first gangster movie.



Directors: D.W. Griffith
Actors: Lionel Barrymore, Harry Carey, Lillian Gish
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