The Artistic Temperament
|The Artistic Temperament|
|Directed by||Fred Goodwins|
|Produced by||David Falcke|
|Written by||Eliot Stannard|
The Artistic Temperament is a British silent motion picture of 1919 produced by David Falcke and directed by Fred Goodwins. It stars Lewis Willoughby, Margot Kelly, and Frank Adair, with Daisy Burrell and Patrick Turnbull.
After the death of her sister, the heroine (Helen) is pursued by a rich and well-connected man-about-town. However, she finds happiness through playing the violin and in the arms of an impoverished artist, whom she marries.
- Lewis Willoughby – John Trevor
- Margot Kelly – Helen Faversham
- Daisy Burrell –
- Frank Adair – Edward Faversham
- Patrick Turnbull –
- 'Artistic temperament, The' in Jay Robert Nash, Robert Connelly, & Stanley Ralph Ross, Motion Picture Guide Silent Film 1910-1936 (Cinebooks, 1988), p. 19
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