Uncle Tom's Cabin
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Uncle Tom's Cabin

Year:
Duration:
144 min | 112 min (Kino Print) | USA:93 min (edited) (1958 re-release)
Genres:
Drama | History
IMDB rate:
7
Director:
Harry A. Pollard
Details
Country: USA
Release Date: 1928-09-02
Filming Locations: Arkansas, USA
Cast
Actor
Character
Margarita Fischer
Eliza
James B. Lowe
Uncle Tom
Arthur Edmund Carewe
George Harris (as Arthur Edmund Carew)
George Siegmann
Simon Legree
Eulalie Jensen
Cassy
Mona Ray
Topsy
Virginia Grey
Eva
Lassie Lou Ahern
Little Harry
Lucien Littlefield
Lawyer Marks
Adolph Milar
Mr. Haley
J. Gordon Russell
Loker (as Gordon Russell)
Gertrude Howard
Aunt Chloe
Jack Mower
Mr. Shelby
Vivien Oakland
Mrs. Shelby
John Roche
Augustine St. Claire
Aileen Manning
Aunt Ophelia (as Aileen Mannin)
Tom Amardares
Quimbo (uncredited)
C.E. Anderson
Johnson (uncredited)
Matthew 'Stymie' Beard
Child (uncredited)
Louise Beavers
Slave at Wedding (uncredited)
Grace Carlyle
Mrs. Fletcher (uncredited)
Milas George Clark
Child (uncredited)
William Dyer
G.M. Beard - Auctioneer (uncredited)
Francis Ford
Captain (uncredited)
Marie Foster
Mammy in St. Clare Household (uncredited)
Martha Franklin
Landlady (uncredited)
Geoffrey Grace
The Doctor (uncredited)
Rondo Hatton
Slave (uncredited)
Eugene Jackson
Child (uncredited)
Carla Laemmle
Auction Spectator (uncredited)
Irene Lambert
Eliza as a Baby (uncredited)
Jeanette Loff
Auction Spectator (uncredited)
Nelson McDowell
Phineas Fletcher (uncredited)
Arvert Pott
Child (uncredited)
Malcolm Potts
Uncle Tom's Baby (uncredited)
Rolfe Sedan
Adolph (uncredited)
Madame Sul-Te-Wan
Slave at Wedding (uncredited)
Dick Sutherland
Sambo (uncredited)
Hannah Washington
Child (uncredited)
Mildred Washington
Small Role (uncredited)
Clarence Wilson
Bidder at Eliza's Auction (uncredited)
Seymour Zeliff
Edward Harris - Slaveowner (uncredited)
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Trivia
Debut of Virginia Grey.
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The role of "Uncle Tom" was originally given to Charles Gilpin, but when Universal executives saw the first few days' dailies, they objected to Gilpin's "aggressive" performance and demanded that he be replaced. Character actor James B. Lowe auditioned for the part, gave a more "acceptable" reading and was awarded the role.
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Final film of James B. Lowe.
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Photos from cast
Gertrude Astor