The Test of Honor

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The Test of Honor
The Test of Honor - 1919 - lanternslide.jpg
Lantern slide
Directed by John S. Robertson
Produced by Famous Players-Lasky
Written by Eve Unsell (scenario)
E. Phillips Oppenheim (novel The Malefactor)
Starring John Barrymore
Constance Binney
Cinematography Jacques Monteran
Famous Players-Lasky
Distributed by Paramount Pictures
Release date(s) April 6, 1919
Running time Five reels at 4,684 feet
(50+ minutes)
Country United States
Language Silent (English intertitles)

The Test of Honor is a 1919 American silent film drama produced by Famous Players-Lasky and released by Paramount. It was directed by John S. Robertson and stars John Barrymore. Considered the actor's first drama movie role after years of doing film comedies and farces.[1]

The film was made at Famous Players' East Coast facility and released prior to Robertson and Barrymore's famous Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1920).

The Test of Honor is now considered a lost film.[2][3][4][5]



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