The Squaw Man (1914 film)

The Squaw Man (1914), also known as The White Man in the UK, was the first feature-length movie made specifically in Hollywood (although not the first to be made in the Los Angeles area). Originally a 1906 stage play produced and directed by and starring William Faversham, the title went on to become the only movie successfully filmed three times by the same producer-director, the legendary Cecil B. DeMille in his first assignment. He helmed another silent version in 1918, and a talkie remake in 1931.


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


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