We Can't Have Everything


We Can't Have Everything

Infobox Film
name = We Can't Have Everything


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director = Cecil B. DeMille
producer = Cecil B. DeMille
writer = William C. de Mille
Rupert Hughes
narrator =
starring = Kathlyn Williams
music =
cinematography = Alvin Wyckoff
editing = Anne Bauchens
Cecil B. DeMille
distributor = Paramount Pictures
released = 7 July, 1918
runtime =
country = USA
language = Silent
English intertitles
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imdb_id = 0009781

"We Can't Have Everything" is a 1918 drama film directed by Cecil B. DeMille. The film is considered to be lost. cite web |url=http://www.silentera.com/PSFL/data/W/WeCantHaveEverything1918.html |title=Progressive Silent Film List: We Can't Have Everything |accessdate=2008-06-21|work=Silent Era]

Cast

* Kathlyn Williams - Charity Coe Cheever
* Elliott Dexter - Jim Dyckman
* Wanda Hawley - Kedzie Thropp
* Sylvia Breamer - Zada L'Etoile
* Thurston Hall - Peter Cheever
* Raymond Hatton - Marquis Of Strathdene
* Tully Marshall - The Director
* Theodore Roberts - The Sultan
* James Neill - Detective
* Ernest Joy - Heavy
* William Elmer - Props
* Charles Ogle - Kedzie's Father
* Sylvia Ashton - Kedzie's Mother

References

External links

*imdb title|id=0009781|title=We Can't Have Everything


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