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The Fatal Hour (1920 film)

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Genre  Drama
Story by  Cecil Raleigh
Country  United States
Director  George Terwilliger
Screenplay  Julia Burnham
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Language  Silent (English intertitles)
Release date  November 1, 1920
Based on  play by Cecil Raleigh
Writer  Julia Burnham, Cecil Raleigh (play)
Cast  Frank Currier, Bert Lytell, Lionel Pape, Wilfred Lytell
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The Fatal Hour is a lost 1920 American feature-length silent film directed by George W. Terwilliger. It starred Broadway star Thomas W. Ross (1873-1959) and Wilfred Lytell and was released by Metro Pictures. Ross is forgotten to modern audiences while Lytell is a known name amongst silent film buffs.

Cast

  • Thomas W. Ross - Jim Callender
  • Wilfred Lytell - Nigel Villiers
  • Frank Conlan - Lord Adolphus Villiers (credited as Francis X. Conlan)
  • Lionel Pape - The Duke of Exmoor
  • Jack Crosby - Dudley
  • Henry Hallam - Anthony
  • Louis Sealy - Felix (credited as Louis Sealey)
  • Frank Currier - The Abbot
  • Gladys Coburn - Dorothy Gore
  • Thea Talbot - Bessie Bissett
  • Jennie Dickerson - Mrs. Bissett
  • Florence Court - Lily de Mario
  • Marie Schaefer - Lady Margaret Villiers (credited as Marie Shaffer)
  • Effie Conley - Sally
  • References

    The Fatal Hour (1920 film) Wikipedia
    The Fatal Hour (1920 film) IMDb


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