Ivanhoe (1913, United States)

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Original title Ivanhoe
Country of production United States
original language English
Publishing year 1913
length 48 minutes
Director Herbert Brenon
script Herbert Brenon
production Carl Laemmle

Ivanhoe is an American silent film from the year 1913 . In the second adaptation of the novel Ivanhoe by Sir Walter Scott led Herbert Brenon directed. The film had a running time of 48 minutes and was on three rolls of film.


The film, produced by the Independent Moving Pictures Company and distributed by Universal , premiered on September 22, 1913.


“The colorful, moving battle scene, the charm of the personalities of the leading actors, headed by England's most important actor, Mr. King Baggott, make this drama one of the most interesting on the film market. It is wonderful the work that has been done to lead a crowd of over 1000 people in order to bring them to harmonious interaction. "

- Cinematographische Rundschau of December 14, 1913, p. 114

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. Ivanhoe. In: American Film Institute . Retrieved December 13, 2018 .