The Four Just Men (1921 film)

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The Four Just Men
Directed by George Ridgwell
Written by George Ridgwell
Edgar Wallace (novel)
Starring Cecil Humphreys
Teddy Arundell
Charles Croker-King
Owen Roughwood
Cinematography Alfred H. Moses
Distributed by Stoll Pictures
Release date
Country United Kingdom
Language English

The Four Just Men is a 1921 British silent crime film directed by George Ridgwell and starring Cecil Humphreys, Teddy Arundell and Charles Croker-King.[1] It was based on the 1904 novel The Four Just Men by Edgar Wallace. Its plot concerns four vigilantes who seek revenge for the public against criminals.


It was made by Stoll Pictures at their Cricklewood Studios in North London.



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