A Soldier's Furlough
|A Soldier's Furlough|
|Directed by||Romaine Fielding|
|Produced by||Lubin Manufacturing Company|
|Written by||Romaine Fielding|
|Distributed by||General Film Company|
|December 7, 1912|
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A Soldier's Furlough is a 1912 silent film drama short directed by Romaine Fielding and produced by the Lubin Manufacturing Company at their studio in Prescott, Arizona. It starred Robyn Adair, Fielding, Julio Moreno and George Miller.
- Robyn Adair - Private Robert Adair (the soldier)
- Romaine Fielding - Tom Adair (Robert's brother)
- Julio Moreno - Roco
- George Miller - Jim (the Squaw Man)
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