|All Roads Lead to Calvary|
|Directed by||Kenelm Foss|
|Produced by||H.W. Thompson|
|Written by|| Jerome K. Jerome (novel) |
|Starring|| Minna Grey |
|Distributed by||Astra Films|
All Roads Lead to Calvary is a 1921 British silent drama film directed by Kenelm Foss and starring Minna Grey, Bertram Burleigh and Mary Odette. It is partly based on the 1919 novel of the same name by Jerome K. Jerome.A fisherman becomes a Member of Parliament, but is torn between his career, mistress and wife.
Milestones is a 1916 British silent drama film directed by Thomas Bentley and starring Isobel Elsom, Owen Nares and Minna Grey. It is an adaptation of the 1912 West End play Milestones by Arnold Bennett and Edward Knoblock. Four years later an American film of the same title was released. As of August 2010, the film is listed as one of the British Film Institute's "75 Most Wanted" lost films.
It's a Bet is a 1935 British comedy drama film directed by Alexander Esway and starring Gene Gerrard, Helen Chandler and Judy Kelly. It was made at Elstree Studios by British International Pictures. The film's sets were designed by the art director David Rawnsley.
Marie Odette Goimbault was a French-born film actress. She acted during the silent era under the name Mary Odette.
Mrs. Thompson is a 1919 British silent drama film directed by Rex Wilson and starring Minna Grey, C.M. Hallard and Isobel Elsom. It was released in the United States on 6 April 1923. It was adapted from a novel by William Babington Maxwell.
Minna Grey was an English actress of the silent era.
Bertram Burleigh was a British actor of the silent era.
The Lackey and the Lady is a 1919 British silent drama film directed by Thomas Bentley and starring Leslie Howard, A. E. Matthews and Roy Travers. It was based on a novel by Tom Gallon.
Not for Sale is a 1924 British silent comedy film directed by W.P. Kellino and starring Mary Odette, Ian Hunter and Gladys Hamer. It was made at Cricklewood Studios by Stoll Pictures, and based on a novel by Monica Ewer. The film's sets were designed by the art director Walter Murton.
Little Women is a 1917 British silent drama film directed by Alexander Butler and starring Daisy Burrell, Mary Lincoln and Minna Grey. It was the first film adaptation of the 1868-69 two-volume American novel Little Women by Louisa May Alcott. It is now considered a lost film.
Don Quixote is a 1923 British silent comedy film, directed by Maurice Elvey, based on the novel Don Quixote by Miguel de Cervantes. The film stars Jerrold Robertshaw, George Robey, Frank Arlton, and Marie Blanche.
Astra Films was a British film production and distribution company of the silent era. It was set up in Leeds following the First World War by the film director Herbert Wilcox, his younger brother Charles Wilcox and H.W. Thompson, a leading figure in film distribution in the North of England. After the company's initial success, Wilcox left the firm to set up on his own and rose to become one of the most successful independent producer-directors in the world. After a merger the company released films under the name Astra-National.
No. 5 John Street is a 1921 British silent drama film directed by Kenelm Foss and starring Zena Dare and Mary Odette and Lionelle Howard. It is based on a novel by Richard Whiteing. The screenplay concerns a soap-making heiress who disguises herself as a worker.
The Double Event is a 1921 British silent comedy film directed by Kenelm Foss and starring Mary Odette, Roy Travers and Lionelle Howard. After her father, a country clergyman, loses large sums of money his daughter recoups his losses by becoming the partner of a bookie.
All Roads Lead to Calvary is a 1919 novel by the British writer Jerome K. Jerome. It was one of the last works written by Jerome, better known for his Three Men in a Boat, and shows the influence of the First World War on him. It is a Bildungsroman in which a Cambridge University educated woman Joan Allway becomes a journalist and then a wartime ambulance driver. She encounters various different people, gaining new experiences and confronting many of the moral issues of the day.
Cherry Ripe is a 1921 British silent romance film directed by Kenelm Foss and starring Mary Odette, Lionelle Howard and Roy Travers. The film is based on the 1878 novel of the same title by Helen Mathers which is itself named after the traditional song Cherry Ripe.
Whosoever Shall Offend is a 1919 British silent crime film directed by Arrigo Bocchi and starring Kenelm Foss, Mary Odette and Mary Marsh Allen. The screenplay concerns a man murders his wife in Italy and then tries to marry a wealthy women.
Open Country is a 1922 British silent drama film directed by Sinclair Hill and starring Dorinea Shirley, David Hawthorne and Bertram Burleigh. The film's sets were designed by the head of Stoll Pictures's art department Walter Murton.
A Daughter of Love is a 1925 British silent drama film directed by Walter West and starring Violet Hopson, John Stuart and Jameson Thomas.
Wee MacGregor's Sweetheart is a 1922 British silent romance film directed by George Pearson and starring Betty Balfour, Donald Macardle and Nora Swinburne.
The Black Spider is a 1920 British silent mystery film directed by William Humphrey and starring Mary Clare, Bertram Burleigh, and Ronald Colman. It is an adaptation of the 1911 novel of the same title by Carlton Dawe. The film was partly shot on location in Monte Carlo.
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