The Witch of Salem

The Witch of Salem is a 1913 American silent short drama film directed by Raymond B. West and produced by Thomas H. Ince. The films stars Clara Williams and Charles Ray.


Set in Salem, Massachusetts during the 1600s, the film tells the story a beautiful orphan girl named Prudence (Williams). Prudence is beloved by Old Hastings's son John (Ray). John must try to save Prudence's life when she is convicted of practicing witchcraft and is sentenced to being burned at the stake.

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    director Raymond B. West
    genre drama historical
    keywords burned at the stake witchcraft
    producer Thomas H. Ince
    productionCompany Domino Film Company
    publisher Mutual Film
    theme short