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The Squaw Man

A scene from The Squaw Man.
Directed by Oscar Apfel
Cecil B. DeMille
Produced by Cecil B. DeMille
Jesse L. Lasky
Written by Edwin Milton Royle
Cecil B. DeMille
Oscar Apfel
Starring Dustin Farnum
Cinematography Alfred Gandolfi
Editing by Mamie Wagner
Distributed by Famous Players-Lasky Corporation
Release date(s) February 15, 1914
Running time 74 minutes
Country United States
Language Silent Film
English intertitles

The Squaw Man (known as The White Man in the UK) is a 1914 silent western drama motion picture starring Dustin Farnum.[1]

Directed by Oscar Apfel and Cecil B. DeMille and produced by DeMille and Jesse L. Lasky, the screenplay was adapted by DeMille and Apfel from the 1905 stage play, The Squaw Man, written by Edwin Milton Royle.

This first screen version of the story was the legendary DeMille's first movie assignment. It also holds the distinction of being the first feature-length movie filmed specifically in Hollywood (although not the first to be made in the Los Angeles area, and film historians agree that shorts had previously been filmed in Hollywood).

The Squaw Man went on to become the only movie successfully filmed three times by the same director/producer, DeMille. He did a silent remake in 1918, and a talkie version in 1931.


  • Dustin Farnum ... Capt. James Wynnegate aka Jim Carston
  • Monroe Salisbury ... Sir Henry, Earl of Kerhill (uncredited)
  • Red Wing ... Nat-u-ritch (uncredited)
  • Winifred Kingston ... Lady Diana, Countess of Kerhill (uncredited)
  • 'Baby' Carmen De Rue ... Hal (uncredited)
  • Joseph Singleton ... Tab-y-wana (uncredited)
  • William Elmer ... Cash Hawkins (uncredited)
  • Mrs. A.W. Filson ... The Dowager Lady Elizabeth Kerhill (uncredited)
  • Haidee Fuller ... Lady Mabel Wynnegate (uncredited)
  • Foster Knox ... Sir John (uncredited)
  • Dick La Reno ... Big Bill (uncredited)
  • Richard L'Estrange ... Grouchy (uncredited)
  • Fred Montague ... Mr. Petrie (uncredited)
  • Cecil B. DeMille ... Faro Dealer (uncredited)
  • Cecilia de Mille ... Child (uncredited)
  • Hal Roach ... Townsman (uncredited)
  • Art Acord ... Townsman (uncredited)
  • Raymond Hatton ... Bit part (uncredited)


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