Fay Tincher and Chester Withey
|Directed by||Edward Dillon|
|Produced by||Fine Arts Film (aka D. W. Griffith)|
|Written by||Tod Browning (story)|
Chester Withey (story & scenario)
F. M. Pierson (scenario)
|Cinematography||Alfred G. Gosden|
|Distributed by||Triangle Film Corporation|
|April 23, 1916|
|Language||Silent (English intertitles)|
Sunshine Dad is a 1916 American silent comedy film produced by Fine Arts Film Company and distributed by Triangle Film Corporation. It was directed by Edward Dillon, written by Tod Browning and 'Chet' Withey and starred stage comedian DeWolf Hopper. Hopper's year old son, William Hopper, appears in the film as a baby.
The film is also known as A Knight of the Garter.
A print is preserved at the Library of Congress.
- DeWolf Hopper - Alfred Evergreen
- Fay Tincher - Widow Marrimore
- Chester Withey - Count Kottschkoiff
- Max Davidson - Mystic Seer
- Raymond Wells - Mystic Doer
- Eugene Pallette - Fred Evergreen
- Jewel Carmen - Charlotte
- William Hopper - Baby
- Leo - A Lion
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