~Orphans Of The Storm~
~Plot Synopsis~
Louise is taken to Paris by her adopted sister, Henriette, to cure her blindness. Henriette is
abducted by a marquis but is rescued by another aristocrat. Louise falls into the clutches of a beggar
woman; Henriette and her lover are sentenced to the guillotine, but fortunately Danton comes to
their rescue.

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Directed by: D.W. Griffith

Written by:
D.W. Griffith - writer (as Gaston de Tolignac)

Based on the play Les deux orphelines by Adolphe Philippe Dennery and
Eugene Cormon (1875), as adapted by N. Hart Jackson and Albert

Lillian Gish ...  Henriette Girard
Dorothy Gish ...  Louise Girard
Joseph Schildkraut ...  Chevalier de Vaudrey
Frank Losee ...  Count de Linieres
Katherine Emmet ...  Countess de Linieres
Morgan Wallace ...  Marquis de Praille
Lucille La Verne ...  Mother Frochard
Sheldon Lewis ...  Jacques Frochard
Frank Puglia ...  Pierre Frochard
Creighton Hale ...  Picard
Leslie King ...  Jacques-Forget-Not
Monte Blue ...  Danton
Sidney Herbert ...  Robespierre
Lee Kohlmar ...  King Louis XVI
Marcia Harris ...  Henriette's landlady
Adolph Lestina ...  Doctor
Kate Bruce ...  Sister Genevieve
Flora Finch ...  Starving peasant
Louis Wolheim ...  Executioner
Kenny Delmar ...  The Chevalier, as a boy
James Smith ...  Dancer
Herbert Sutch ...  Meat carver at fete
Rose Smith ...  Dancer
Ruth Cleaver ...  (uncredited)
Tove Danor ...  (uncredited)
Dorothy McConnell ...  (uncredited)
Frank O'Connor ...  Party guest (uncredited)
~Lillian & Dorothy Gish~
~Lillian & Dorothy Gish~
~Lillian & Dorothy Gish~
~Remaining Credits~

Produced by: D.W. Griffith Productions

Distributed by: United Artists

Producer: D.W. Griffith
Cinematography by: Paul H. Allen, G.W. Bitzer & Hendrik Sartov
Film Editing by: James Smith & Rose Smith
Art Direction by Charles M. Kirk
Costume Design by: Herman Patrick Tappe
Assistant Director: Herbert Sutch
Stand-by Painter: Charles E. Boss
Set Designer: Edward Scholl
Set Builder: Frank Wortman
Carpenter: Joe Dibuono
Special Effects by: Edward Scholl
Assistant Camera: Paul H. Allen
Cutter: Margaret Booth
Laboratory Supervisor: Anatole Danashaw        

Length: 14 Reels
Runtime: 150 Minutes
Released: January 1921