Under the Red Robe (1923 film)

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Under the Red Robe
Under the Red Robe - 1923.jpg
1923 lobby poster showing Robert B. Mantell and John Charles Thomas
Directed by Alan Crosland
Written by Bayard Veiller (scenario)
Based on Under the Red Robe (1894 novel)
by Stanley J. Weyman
Starring Robert B. Mantell
Music by William Frederick Peters
Cinematography Gilbert Warrenton
Harold Wenstrom
Production
company
Distributed by Goldwyn Pictures
Release date
  • November 12, 1923 (1923-11-12) (US)
Running time
10 reels
(2,762 meters)
Country United States
Language Silent
(English intertitles)

Under the Red Robe is a 1923 silent historical drama directed by Alan Crosland based upon the Stanley Weyman novel Under the Red Robe. The film marks the last motion picture appearance by stage actor Robert B. Mantell who plays Cardinal Richelieu and the only silent screen performance of opera singer John Charles Thomas.[1][2]

The novel was refilmed in the sound era in 1937 as Under the Red Robe directed by Victor Seastrom.

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Preservation[edit]

The film survives complete at the George Eastman House. A Samuel Goldwyn release, it was donated by MGM.[3]

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