Masks and Faces

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Masks and Faces
Directed by Fred Paul
Produced by Fred Paul
Maurice Elvey
Written by Charles Reade (novel)
Tom Taylor (play)
Benedict James
Starring Johnston Forbes-Robertson
Irene Vanbrugh
Gerald du Maurier
Gladys Cooper
Distributed by Ideal Film Company
Release date
March 1917
Country United Kingdom
Language English

Masks and Faces is a 1917 British silent biographical film directed by Fred Paul and starring Johnston Forbes-Robertson, Irene Vanbrugh and Henry S. Irving.[1] The film depicts episodes from the life of the eighteenth-century Irish actress Peg Woffington. It is based on the 1852 play Masks and Faces by Charles Reade and Tom Taylor.



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