Who Is the Savage?
|Who Is the Savage?|
|Directed by||Romaine Fielding|
|Produced by||Lubin Manufacturing Company|
|Written by||Romaine Fielding|
|Distributed by||General Film Company|
|January 21, 1913|
Who Is the Savage? is a 1913 silent dramatic short directed, written by, and starring Romaine Fielding with Mary Ryan.  Moving Picture World gave it a favorable writeup, calling it a comedic farce. The plot featured a white woman stealing the child of an "Indian" woman. This storyline caused some controversy with some critics. It was a Lubin film.
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- Carson City Daily Appeal(Carson City, Nevada) June 14, 1913
- Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot(Bryan, Texas); January 20, 1913
- The Moving Picture World, February 8, 1913
- Eckhardt, Joseph P. (12 April 1997). "The King of the Movies: Film Pioneer Siegmund Lubin". Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press – via Google Books.
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