Nothing Else Matters (film)

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Nothing Else Matters
Directed by George Pearson
Produced by George Pearson
Written by George Pearson
Starring Hugh E. Wright
Moyna Macgill
Cinematography George Pearson
Edited by George Pearson
Distributed by Jury
Release date
July 1920
Country United Kingdom
Language Silent film
English intertitles

Nothing Else Matters is a 1920 British film, written by Hugh E. Wright, and directed by George Pearson. This was the screen debut of Mabel Poulton and Betty Balfour who went on to become leading British stars of the 1920s.

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A comedy/drama genre film, about the life of a British Music Hall comic.

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