|Directed by||Reginald Barker|
|Written by||C. Gardner Sullivan|
|Distributed by||Kay-Bee Pictures|
Happiness is a 1917 comedy-drama feature film written by C. Gardner Sullivan and starring Enid Bennett and Charles Gunn. A rich orphan and heiress played by Bennett is described in the newspapers as "the richest and most snobbish girl in America." She goes to a co-ed college where she is snubbed by students who view her as a snob. A romance develops with a poor student (played by Charles Gunn) who is taking in washing to pay his way through college. A print exists in the Library of Congress collection.
- Enid Bennett - Doris Wingate
- Charles Gunn - Robert Lee Hollister
- Thelma Salter - Dolly Temple
- Andrew Arbuckle - Nicodemus
- Gertrude Claire - Miss Pratt
- Adele Belgrade - Priscilla Wingate
- John Gilbert - Richard Forrester
- Leo Willis - uncredited
- "Strand Theatre advertisement". Providence Journal Sunday Edition. May 13, 1917. Fourth Section.
- Happiness at silentera.com database
- Catalog of Holdings The American Film Institute Collection and The United Artists Collection at The Library of Congress, by The American Film Institute, c.1978