The Bridal Chair
|The Bridal Chair|
|Produced by||G. B. Samuelson|
|Written by||G. B. Samuelson
|Starring||Miriam J. Sabbage
C. M. Hallard
The Bridal Chair is a British silent motion picture of 1919 directed by G. B. Samuelson and starring Miriam J. Sabbage, C. M. Hallard, Daisy Burrell and Mary Rorke. A drama, it was written by Samuelson and Roland Pertwee.
The film was premiered at a Trade Show in July 1919.
Sylvane Sheridan is a cripple in a wheelchair, engaged to Lord Louis Lewis, a faithful young man who resists the temptation to abandon her for other young ladies, such as Jill Hargreaves.
- Miriam J. Sabbage – Sylvane Sheridan
- C. M. Hallard – Lord Louis Lewis
- Daisy Burrell – Jill Hargreaves
- Mary Rorke – Mrs Sheridan
- John Kelt – Butler
- Rachael Low, Roger Manvell, The History of the British Film: 1918-1929 (Allen & Unwin, 1971), p. 140
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