Film cast[edit] Helen Marie by Clara Kimball Young Arthur Bainbridge Lenox by Harry T. Morey Laura, his wife by Rose E. Tapley Marguerite, their daughter by Mary Anderson Basile Weletsky, her husband by Arthur Cosine Baron Friederich, Chief of the Russian Secret Police by L. Rogers Lytton Eugenie, his spy by Eulalie Jensen Constantine Weletsky by Charles Wellesley Olga, his wife by Louise Beaudet Sacha, their nephew by Earle Williams Sophie, their child by Helen Connelly[7]

References[edit] ^ (1 August 1914)Live News of the Week, Motion Picture News, p. 54, col. 1-2 (noting that on Monday July 13, new features were offered at the Vitagraph Theatre in New York City, including My Official Wife). ^ (14 July 1914). Two new film plays are shown, The New York Times ^ (11 April 1914). Live News of the Week, Motion Picture News, p. 33, col. 2. ^ Andrews, William Ressman (8 August 1914). "My Official Wife" Review, Motion Picture News, p. 68 ^ (August 1914). My Official Wife (story based on movie, with film stills), Motion Picture Magazine, pp. 67-75. ^ (25 July 1914). New Bill At Vitagraph Theatre, The Moving Picture World, p. 552. ^ a b Silverman, Sime (17 July 1914). Film Reviews, Variety, p. 17 ^ (October 1914). The Great Artist Contest: First Honors Go to Earle Williams and Clara Kimball Young, Motion Picture Magazine ^ Slide, Anthony & Edward Wagenknecht. Fifty Great American Silent Films, 1912-1920: A Pictorial Survey, p. 110 (1980) ^ Lowrey, Carolyn. The First One Hundred Noted Men and Women of the Screen, p. 200 (1920) ^ Beauchamp, Cari. Without Lying Down: Frances Marion and the Powerful Women of Early Hollywood, p. 59 (1997) ^ Shorey, George N. (16 December 1916). My Official Wife, Motion Picture News ^ (16 January 1918). Trotsky in Movies! But He Did Not Star, Seattle Star ^ (8 June 1918). Untitled, Colonist (New Zealand) ("Leon Trotsky, now so prominent in Russian politics, was at one time, it is said, a moving picture actor in America. He appeared in a film entitled "My Official Wife," and his salary is stated to have been just five dollars a day.") ^ Segrave, Kerry. Extras of Early Hollywood: A History of the Crowd, 1913-1945, p. 116 (2013) (citing 1932 Washington Post account of alleged "Trotzky" appearance for $7 per day) ^ (22 February 1937). Travels of Leon Trotsky, Life ^ Medved, Michael, and Harry Medved. The Golden Turkey Awards (Chapter: "The Worst Performance By a Politician"). 1980, Putnam. ISBN 0-399-50463-X. ^ Shull, Michael Slade. Radicalism in American Silent Films, 1909-1929: A Filmography and History, p. 182 (2000) ^ Rice, Cyrus F. (1 August 1954). Town Talent, Milwaukee Sentinel ^ Ellenberger, Allan R. The Valentino Mystique: The Death and Afterlife of the Silent Film Idol, p. 236 (Alfred E. Smith of Vitagraph Studios claims that Valentino approached him and was cast as an extra, however it should be noted that a number of Smith's claims have met with skepticism from researchers) ^ (28 February 1932). LEON TROTSKY REVEALED IN OLD FILM PLAY WITH CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG, source unclear

External links[edit] My Official Wife on IMDb (1914) Retrieved from "" Categories: 1914 filmsFilms directed by James YoungAmerican silent feature filmsVitagraph Studios filmsEnglish-language filmsAmerican historical filmsAmerican drama filmsAmerican black-and-white filmsAmerican filmsLost American films

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