The Nature of the Beast (1919 film)
|The Nature of the Beast|
|Directed by||Cecil M. Hepworth|
|Produced by||Cecil M. Hepworth|
|Written by||E. Temple Thurston|
|Starring||Alma Taylor |
|Distributed by||Butcher's Film Service|
The Nature of the Beast is a 1919 British silent drama film directed by Cecil M. Hepworth and starring Alma Taylor, Gerald Ames and James Carew. The screenplay concerns a Belgian refugee who marries a British aircraft manufacturer. It was based on a 1918 novel of the same title by E. Temple Thurston.
During the First World War, a Belgian refugee marries a British aircraft manufacturer, but a former German enemy tries to force her to give over secret documents.
- Alma Taylor as Anna de Berghem
- Gerald Ames as John Ingledew
- James Carew as Kleinenberger
- Gwynne Herbert as Mrs. de Berghem
- Stephen Ewart as Sir James Standish
- Mary Dibley as Lady Standish
- Victor Prout as Mr. de Berghem
- Christine Rayner as Guest
- John MacAndrews as Friend
- Palmer p.900
- Palmer, Scott. British Film Actors' Credits, 1895-1987. McFarland, 1988.
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