Destruction (film)  

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Destruction is a 1915 silent drama film directed by Will S. Davis and starring Theda Bara. The film is now considered to be lost.


Plot

Fernande a greedy woman, marries a rich old man who is expected to die soon to get all his money. The husband discover her intentions but he died suddenly before being able to change his will. The newly widow's next plan is to kill the wealthy's man son who also inherit.

Cast

  • Theda Bara - Fernade
  • J. Herbert Frank - Dave Walker
  • James A. Furey - John Froment
  • Gaston Bell - John Froment II
  • Warner Oland - Mr. Deleveau
  • Esther Hoier - Josine Walker
  • James Sheridan - Josine's Brother (as Master Tansey)
  • Arthur Morrison - Lang
  • Frank Evans - Mill Foreman
  • Carleton Macy - Charles Froment
  • Johnnie Walker (as J. Walker)




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