20,000 Leagues Under the Sea


Captain Nemo has built a fantastic submarine for his mission of revenge. He has traveled over 20,000 leagues in search of Charles Denver - a man who caused the death of Princess Daaker. Seeing what he had done, Denver took the daughter to his yacht and sailed away. He abandoned her and a sailor on a mysterious island and has come back after all these years to see if she is still alive and if the nightmares he has will stop. The daughter has been found by five survivors of a Union Army Balloon that crashed near the island. At sea, Professor Aronnax was aboard the ship 'Abraham Lincoln' when Nemo rammed it and threw the Professor, his daughter and two others into the water. Prisoners at first, they are now treated as guests to view the underwater world and to hunt under the waves. Nemo will also tells them about the Nautilus and the revenge that has driven him for all these years.

Lois Alexander .... Prince Daaker's Daughter, as a Child
Curtis Benton .... Ned Land
Wallace Clarke .... Pencroft, the Outcast
Howard Crampton .... Cyrus Harding
Jane Gail .... A Child of Nature, aka Princess Daaker
Joseph W. Girard .... Maj. Cameron
Dan Hanlon .... Prof. Aronnax
Allen Holubar .... Capt. Nemo, aka Prince Daaker
Ole Jansen .... (uncredited)
Noble Johnson .... (uncredited)
Leviticus Jones .... Neb (uncredited)
Matt Moore .... Lt. Bond (uncredited)
Martin Murphy .... Herbert Brown (uncredited)
Edna Pendleton .... Aronnax's Daughter (uncredited)
William Welsh .... Charles Denver (uncredited)

Jane Gail

Jane Gail was born on August 16, 1890 in Salem, New York. Jane Gail became a star with IMP, the forerunner of Universal. Usually cast as rather defenseless heroines, she gained worldwide fame as Dr. Jekyll's (King Baggot) imperiled fiancée in Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1913) and that same year, played the heroine Mary Barton in the studio's first major undertaking, the still extant Traffic in Souls. She was the princess in The Prisoner of Zenda (1915), filmed in England by George Loane Tucker, and played royalty of a different kind in the underwater spectacular 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (1916). The latter, partially filmed in the Bahamas, has been preservedShe was 30 years old when she made her last film, Bitter Fruit (1920) in 1920. She never appeared on the silver screen again. Jane died in St. Petersburg, Florida on January 30, 1963. She was 72 years old.