The Glorious Adventure (1922 film)
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|The Glorious Adventure|
Contemporary advertisement for the film in a New York newspaper.
|Directed by||J. Stuart Blackton|
|Produced by||J. Stuart Blackton|
|Written by||J. Stuart Blackton|
Nicholas Musuraca (titles)
|Cinematography||William T. Crespinel|
J. Stuart Blackton Productions
|Distributed by||Stoll Film Studios (UK)|
United Artists (US)
|23 April 1922 (UK)|
27 August 1922 (US)
The Glorious Adventure (1922) is a British Prizmacolor feature film directed by J. Stuart Blackton, written by Felix Orman. The film's sets were designed by Walter Murton. It was shot at the Cricklewood Studios of Stoll Pictures in London.
- Diana Manners - Lady Beatrice Fair
- Gerald Lawrence - Hugh Argyle
- Cecil Humphreys - Walter Roderick
- Victor McLaglen - Bulfinch
- Alice Crawford - Stephanie Dangerfield
- Lois Sturt - Nell Gwyn
- William Luff - King Charles II
- Fred E. Wright - Humpty
- Flora le Breton - Rosemary
- Lennox Pawle - Samuel Pepys
- Haidee Wright - Mrs. Bullfinch
- Rudolph De Cordova - Thomas Unwin
- Lawford Davidson - Lord Fitzroy
- Rosalie Heath - Catherine of Braganza
- Gertrude Sterroll - Duchess Constance of Moreland
- Tom Coventry - Leclerc
- Jeff Barlow - The King's chief valet
- John Marlborough East - The King's major domo
- Lettice Fairfax - Court Lady (uncredited)
The film was made entirely in Prizmacolor, and starred Lady Diana Manners, Gerald Lawrence, Cecil Humphreys, and Victor McLaglen. It was released by United Artists. Alma Reville, later married to Alfred Hitchcock, may have co-written the script as well as acting as "script girl".
Exists. A preview is on Youtube: 
- "The Glorious Adventure (1922)".
- "The Glorious Adventure" – via www.imdb.com.
- "Silent Era : Progressive Silent Film List". www.silentera.com.
- Slide p.93
- Silent Hall of Fame (24 February 2017). ""The Glorious Adventure" (1922) rare all-color Classic Silent Swashbuckler" – via YouTube.
- Anthony Slide. A Special Relationship: Britain Comes to Hollywood and Hollywood Comes to Britain. University Press of Mississippi, 2015.
- The Glorious Adventure on IMDb
- The Glorious Adventure at SilentEra
- The Glorious Adventure synopsis at AllMovie
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