The Channings (novel)

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The Channings is an 1862 novel by the British writer Ellen Wood. A man takes responsibility for a theft he believes his brother has committed. His brother is really innocent of the crime, and the real culprit is later caught.

Adaptation[edit]

In 1920 the novel was adapted into a silent film directed by Edwin J. Collins and starring Lionelle Howard and Dick Webb.