Doorsteps is a 1916 British silent drama film directed by Henry Edwards and starring Edwards, Florence Turner and Campbell Gullan. Its plot involves a boarding house maid who befriends a playwright and helps him to evade a dangerous ex-convict on his tail. It was based on a play by Edwards.
- Florence Turner – Doorsteps
- Henry Edwards – George Newlands
- Campbell Gullan – Tozer
- Amy Lorraine – Mrs. Skipps
- Fred Rains – Stage-manager
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