~The White Heather~
~Mabel Ballin, Ben Alexander and John Gilbert~

Holmes Herbert ...  Lord Angus Cameron (as H.E. Herbert)
Ben Alexander ...  Donald Cameron
Ralph Graves ...  Alec McClintock
Mabel Ballin ...  Marion Hume
John Gilbert ...  Dick Beach (as Jack Gilbert)
Spottiswoode Aitken ...  James Hume
Gibson Gowland
Lord Angus Cameron (H.E. Herbert), a Scottish nobleman, becomes tired of his common-law wife Marion
(Mabel Ballin) and tries to deny the marriage. He thinks he can get away with it since the ship on which
they were wed has sunk. Alec McClintock (Ralph Graves) comes to help her prove the marriage. The
climax of this movie is an underwater fight between McClintock and Cameron, with both antagonists
wearing diving suits! Underwater photography was a rare and special event in the days of the silents. A
pre-stardom John Gilbert has a supporting role as Dick Beach, McClintock's faithful friend.

Plot Synopsis by Janiss Garza, AllMovie.com
~Plot Synopsis~
Directed by: Maurice Tourneur

Written by: Charles E. Whittaker

Based on the play by Cecil Raleigh and Henry Hamilton
~Remaining Credits~

Production Company: Maurice Tourneur Productions

Distribution Company: Paramount Pictures

Produced by: Maurice Tourneur
Cinematography by: René Guissart & Harold S. Sintzenich
Art Direction by: Ben Carré

Length: 6 Reels
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Released: June 29, 1919

Underwater Scenes filmed on Location in:
Los Angeles Harbor, San Pedro, Los Angeles, California, USA