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Inside of the White Slave Traffic, The (1913)

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Movie & Studio Info: More information about Inside of the White Slave Traffic, The visit the World Movie Database Release Info:
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Important Info:produced by Moral Feature Film Co. and released by Sociological Research Film Co. This is the only film found on either of these. It could have something to do with the lawsuits. 
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Inside of the White Slave Traffic, The  (1913) This is the original release of this movie This release of the movie has posters in the database

(updated 2/11)
Cast Info: Misc Info and Trivia
Name Character
Frank Beal  
TRIVIA:This 'documentary' was filmed covertly on location in parts of Denver, Colorado, and El Paso, Texas. El Paso's red light district stood in for Storyville, the famous red light district in New Orleans. Several of the women of the El Paso district discovered that they had ended up in the film, and filed a lawsuit against writer/producer Samuel H. London. Their complaints were not over any invasion of privacy, but over misrepresentation of which city they were working in. IN ADDITION, Samuel H. London was sued in 1920 (7 years later) by Nettie Hechter, who's husband's restaurant was used as a location in the film. Mrs. Hechter had also appeared in the film. She objected that her husband's restaurant was portrayed as a front for recruiting prostitutes. She won her case.
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