Flesh and Blood (1922 film)

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Flesh and Blood
Flesh and Blood 1922 Poster.jpg
Directed by Irving Cummings
Written by Louis Duryea Lighton (story & scenario)
Starring Lon Chaney
Distributed by Western Pictures Exploitation Company
Release date
  • July 1922 (1922-07)
Running time
60+ minutes at 6 reels (5300 ft)
Country United States

Flesh and Blood is a 1922 film starring Lon Chaney and directed by Irving Cummings. The film originally had a segment with Chinese players in color.[1]


In the film, the main character (Lon Chaney) escapes from prison where he has been for 15 years to see his daughter (Edith Roberts). But she is engaged to the son of the crook who framed him, complicating his plan of revenge. The movie features an interesting setting in San Francisco's Chinatown.



  1. ^ American Film Institute Catalogue, 1921-1930

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