~The Grim Game~
Directed by: Irvin Willat

Written by:
Walter Woods - scenario
Irvin Willat

Based on story by Arthur B. Reeve and John Grey

Harry Houdini ... Harvey Hanford (as Houdini)
Thomas Jefferson ... Dudley Cameron
Ann Forrest ... Mary Wentworth
Augustus Phillips ... Clifton Allison
Tully Marshall ... Richard Raver
Arthur Hoyt ... Dr. Harvey Tyson
Mae Busch ... Ethel Delmead (as Mae Bush)
Edward Martin ... Police Reporter
Jane Wolfe ... Hannah (as Jane Wolf)
George Cowl ... (uncredited)
~Plot Synopsis~
Legendary escape artist Harry Houdini stars in the offbeat adventure yarn The Grim Game. Houdini
plays Harvey Hanford, a young journalist who is framed for the murder of his uncle. Since it was
well-known that no jail cell or pair of handcuffs could hold Houdini, the film has to work overtime in
building up suspense. The most memorable scene finds the great magician suspended by a rope
between two flying airplanes. An unrehearsed plane crash during this sequence was captured on film
and exploited to the hilt in Grim Game's publicity campaign.

Plot Synopsis by Hal Erickson, AllMovie.com
~Remaining Credits~

Produced & Released by: Paramount Pictures

Executive Producer: Jesse L. Lasky
Cinematography by: Frank M. Blount & J.O. Taylor
Art Direction by: Harry Oliver (as Harold G. Oliver)
Assistant Director: Roy Marshall (as Roy H. Marshall)
Stunt Doubles for Harry Houdini:
Monte Blue & Bob Rose

Length: 5 Reels
Runtime: 71 Minutes
Released: August 25, 1919