Evidence (1915 film)

Evidence is a 1915 silent film drama directed by and starring early film actor Edwin August and released by the World Film Company. It is lost film.

Directed byEdwin August
Written byEdwin August (scenario)
Based onEvidence
by Jean du Rocher MacPherson and L. du Rocher MacPherson
Produced byF. Ray Comstock Film Corporation
StarringEdwin August
Lillian Tucker
Haidee Wright
Florence Hackett
Distributed byWorld Film Company (William A. Brady)
Release date
  • September 20, 1915 (1915-09-20)
CountryUnited States

Some or all of the film may have been shot in color as one of the locations was the Kinemacolor Studios in Flushing, Queens, New York. The film is based on a Broadway stage play, Evidence, performed in 1914. Actress Haidee Wright reprises her role from the play in this film.[1][2]


  • Edwin August - Curley Lushington
  • Lillian Tucker - Lady Una Wimbourne
  • Haidee Wright - Duchess of Gillingham
  • Florence Hackett - Mrs. Ebengham
  • Richard Temple - Captain Pollock
  • Lionel Pape - Bertie Stavely
  • Richard Buhler - Lord Cyril Wimbourne
  • Maurice Steuart - Abington 'Bing' Wimbourne(*uncredited)


  1. ^ Evidence as produced on Broadway at the Lyric Theatre, October 7, 1914 ; IBDb.com
  2. ^ The American Film Institute Catalog Feature Films: 1911-20 by The American Film Institute, c.1988, p.251

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