The Four Just Men (1921 film)

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The Four Just Men
Directed by George Ridgwell
Written by George Ridgwell
Edgar Wallace (novel)
Starring Cecil Humphreys
Teddy Arundell
Charles Croker-King
Owen Roughwood
Cinematography Alfred H. Moses
Production
  company
Stoll Pictures
Distributed by Stoll Pictures
Release date(s) 1921
Country United Kingdom
Language English


The Four Just Men is a 1921 British silent crime film directed by George Ridgwell and starring Cecil Humphreys, Teddy Arundell and Charles Croker-King.[1] It was based on the 1904 novel The Four Just Men by Edgar Wallace. Its plot concerns four vigilantes who seek revenge for the public against criminals.

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It was made by Stoll Pictures at their Cricklewood Studios in North London.

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