The Man Who Would Not Die is a 1916 silent era feature length drama motion picture starring William Russell, Charlotte Burton, Harry Keenan, and Leona Hutton. Directed by William Russell and Jack Prescott and produced by Samuel S. Hutchinson, the screenplay was adapted by J. Edward Hungerford from a story by Mabel Condon. This five-reel feature was produced at the American Film Company's Flying "A" Studios in Santa Barbara. It was released on August 31, 1916, and distributed by the Mutual Film Corporation. Ocean scenes for The Man Who Would Not Die were filmed in May at Long Beach, where Russell and his company of Flying "A" players stayed for a week during the production.
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