~The Lamb~
~Plot Synopsis~
Though its script is credited to D.W. Griffith, The Lamb is actually a film adaptation of Winchell Smith's
Broadway play The New Henrietta. In his screen debut, Douglas Fairbanks plays a wealthy wastrel who is
framed in a stock swindle. To prove his innocence, Fairbanks is plunked into several situations requiring
him to display both his athletic and intellectual prowess. Seena Owen plays the girl who knew Fairbanks
was a stalwart fellow all along. The Lamb was remade in 1921 as The Saphead, with Buster Keaton
assuming the Douglas Fairbanks role.

Plot Synopsis by Hal Erickson, AllMovie.com
Directed by: Christy Cabanne

Written by:
Christy Cabanne - writer
D.W. Griffith - writer

Douglas Fairbanks ...  Gerald
Seena Owen ...  Mary
William Lowery ...  Yaqui Indian Chief (as William E. Lowery)
Lillian Langdon ...  Mary's Mother
Monroe Salisbury ...  Mary's Cousin
Kate Toncray ...  Gerald's Mother
Alfred Paget ...  Bill Cactus
Eagle Eye ...  Yaqui Indian Chief
Julia Faye ...  Woman (uncredited)
Charles Stevens ...  Lieutenant (uncredited)
Mary Thurman ...  Bit Role (uncredited)
~Remaining Credits~

Produced by: Fine Arts Film Company

Released by: Triangle Distributing

Cinematography by: William Fildew
Music Arranger/Adapter: Joseph Carl Breil
D.W. Griffith

Length: 5 Reels
Runtime: 56 Minutes
Released: November 7, 1915
Filmed in San Diego and Santa Monica, California, USA