|The Yellow Ticket|
|Directed by||William Parke|
|Produced by||Astra Film Co.|
|Written by||Tom Cushing|
|Based on||The Yellow Ticket|
by Michael Morton
|Distributed by||Pathé Exchange|
|Language||Silent (English intertitles)|
The Yellow Ticket is a 1918 American silent drama film directed by William Parke and starring Fannie Ward. It is based on Michael Morton's 1914 play The Yellow Ticket. This screen adaptation of the play is currently classified as a lost film.
Anna Mirrel, a young Jewish girl in Czarist Russia, is forced to pretend to be a prostitute to obtain a passport (a "yellow ticket") in order to visit her father, whom she believes to be ill. When she arrives in St. Petersburg, she learns that her father has been killed. She encounters a young journalist and tells him of the crimes the state perpetrates against its citizens.
- Fannie Ward as Anna Mirrel
- Milton Sills as Julian rolfe
- Warner Oland as Baron Andrey
- Armand Kaliz as Count rostov
- J. H. Gilmour as U. S. Consul Seaton
- Helene Chadwick as Miss Seaton
- Leon Bary as Petrov Paviak
- Anna Lehr as Mary Varenka
- Dan Mason as Isaac Mirrel
- Nicholas Dunaew
- Edward Elkas
- Charles Jackson (*as Charley Jackson)
- Richard Thornton
- "The Library of Congress American Silent Feature Film Survival Catalog: The Yellow Ticket". The Library of Congress. 1918.
- "The AFI Catalog of Feature Films: The Yellow Ticket". AFI Catalog of Feature Films.
- The Yellow Ticket (1914 Broadway play)
- The Yellow Ticket (1928 Soviet film)
- The Yellow Ticket (1931 American film)
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