Their Worldly Goods


Their Worldly Goods

Infobox Film
name = Their Worldly Goods


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director = Sydney Ayres
producer =
writer = Paul L. Feltus
starring = William Garwood
Edith Borella
Charlotte Burton
distributor = Mutual Film Corporation
released = August 19, 1914
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country = USA
language = Silent film
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"Their Worldly Goods" is a 1914 American silent short film directed by Sydney Ayres. Starring William Garwood, Edith Borella, Charlotte Burton, Jack Richardson, Louise Lester, Vivian Rich and Harry von Meter.

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