A Tale of Two Cities (1922 film)
|A Tale of Two Cities|
|Directed by||Walter Courtney Rowden|
|Produced by||H.B. Parkinson|
|Written by||Charles Dickens (novel)
Walter Courtney Rowden
J. Fisher White
|Distributed by||British Exhibitors' Films|
A Tale of Two Cities is a 1922 British silent drama film directed by Walter Courtney Rowden and starring Clive Brook, Ann Trevor and J. Fisher White. It is an adaptation of the 1859 novel A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens. During the French Revolution a jaundiced British lawyer takes the place of a French aristocrat who has been sentenced to the guillotine. It was made as part of the "Tense Moments with Great Authors Series" of films.
- Clive Brook as Sydney Carton
- Ann Trevor as Lucie Manette
- J. Fisher White as Doctor Alexandre Manette
- Scott, Ian. From Pinewood to Hollywood: British Filmmakers in American Cinema, 1910-1969. Palgrave MacMillan, 2010.
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