The Inside of the White Slave Traffic  (1913)

5.6 / 10

A dramatization of the methods in which young women are abducted or otherwise procured for prostitution.

Country United States

Genre Short, Drama

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  • Country: United States
  • Runtime: 28min
  • 08 Dec 1913 (United States)

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A dramatization of the methods in which young women are abducted or otherwise procured for prostitution.

Keywords: prostitution, white slavery

Genres: Short, Drama

Cast

Ninita Bristow Ninita Bristow TheFreshVictim-theImmigrant
Samuel H. London Samuel H. London
Samuel H. London Samuel H. London
Elinor O. Peterson Elinor O. Peterson Victim
Nettie Hechter Nettie Hechter RestaurantCustomer(uncredited)

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Social ills in early cinema.
Reviewed by Casey Broadwater, July 10, 2012The progressive-era, from roughly the turn of the 20th century to the start of World War I, found America in a state of flux. Industrialization and
unionization. Political reform and the fight for women's suffrage. Science as the impetus of social progress and religious fervor as a catalyst for moral
outrage. The rapid changes gave way to an unprecedented level of cultural self-criticism, with pundits and the public alike voicing opinions on issues
that had been taboo or at least impolite conversation fodder during t...

Source: Blu-ray.com

Author: Casey Broadwater

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Languages: English

Release Date: 08 Dec 1913 (United States) See more

Also Known As: DK See more

Filming Locations: Denver, Colorado, USA See more