|Votes for Women|
|Directed by||Hal Reid|
|Written by||Mary Ware Dennett|
Frances Maule Bjorkman
|June 26, 1912|
Votes for Women is a 1912 American silent melodrama film directed by Hal Reid. It was produced by Reliance Film Company in partnership with the National American Woman Suffrage Association and was written by suffragists Mary Ware Dennett, Harriet Laidlaw, and Frances Maule Bjorkman. The film featured cameos by prominent suffragists, including Anna Howard Shaw, Jane Addams, and Inez Milholland, and incorporated documentary footage of a women's suffrage parade in New York City.
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Under the direction of Hal Reid, the two reels of Votes for Women turned the distinguished world of the United States Senate belly-side ...