The Call of Youth
|The Call of Youth|
A contemporary newspaper advertisement.
|Directed by||Hugh Ford|
|Written by||Henry Arthur Jones (play "James the Fogey")
|Distributed by||Famous Players-Lasky British Producers|
The Call of Youth is a 1921 British short romance film directed by Hugh Ford. Alfred Hitchcock is credited as a title designer. The film is now lost. It was made at Islington Studios by the British subsidiary of the American company Famous Players-Lasky.
- Mary Glynne as Betty Overton
- Marjorie Hume as Joan Lawton
- Jack Hobbs as Hubert Richmond
- Malcolm Cherry as James Agar
- Ben Webster as Mark Lawton
- Gertrude Sterroll as Mrs. Lawton
- Victor Humphrey as Peter Hoskins
- John Peachey as Dr. Michaelson
- Ralph Foster as Minister
- "Progressive Silent Film List: The Call of Youth". Silent Era. Retrieved 20 April 2008.
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