|The Miser's Heart|
|Directed by||D. W. Griffith|
|Written by||George Hennessy|
|Cinematography||G. W. Bitzer|
|Distributed by||Biograph Company|
The Miser's Heart is a 1911 American short silent drama film directed by D. W. Griffith and starring Blanche Sweet. The film was shot in Fort Lee, New Jersey where early film studios in America's first motion picture industry were based at the beginning of the 20th century. A print of the film survives.
- Linda Arvidson as Kathy's Mother
- Lionel Barrymore as Jules, the Thief
- William J. Butler as Policeman
- Donald Crisp as Policeman
- Adele DeGarde as Neighbor
- Edward Dillon as Down-and-Out Young Man
- Frank Evans as Policeman
- Edith Haldeman as The Little Child
- Robert Harron as Bakeshop Assistant
- Adolph Lestina as The Miser
- Wilfred Lucas as First Crook
- Charles Hill Mailes as Second Crook
- Alfred Paget as Policeman
- W. C. Robinson as In Front of Clothing Store
- Ynez Seabury as Little Kathy
- Blanche Sweet as Neighbor
- Kate Toncray as The Woman
- J. Waltham as On Street
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