Traffic in Souls

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Traffic in Souls (1913, USA) is a Silent exploitation film directed by George Loane Tucker

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Main Details

  • Released in 1913
  • B & W/Silent
  • Running time: 88 minutes
  • Production Co: Independent Moving Pictures Co. of America (IMP)
  • Distribution Co: Universal Film Manufacturing Company (1913) (USA) (theatrical)
  • Directed by George Loane Tucker
  • Written by Walter MacNamara, George Loane Tucker
  • Starring Jane Gail, Ethel Grandin, William H. Turner, Matt Moore, William Welsh, Millie Liston, Irene Wallace
  • Produced by Walter MacNamara, King Baggot, Herbert Brenon, Jack Cohn, William Robert Daly, Carl Laemmle
  • Cinematography by H. Alderson Leach
  • Film Editing by Jack Cohn (uncredited)

Plot Summary

  • A woman, with the aid of her police officer sweetheart, endeavors to uncover the prostitution ring that has kidnapped her sister, and the philanthropist who secretly runs it.

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