Beau Brocade (film)

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Beau Brocade
Directed by Thomas Bentley
Based on Beau Brocade
by Emmuska Orczy
Starring Mercy Hatton
Charles Rock
Austin Leigh
Release date
  • 1916 (1916)
CountryUnited Kingdom

Beau Brocade is a 1916 British silent adventure film directed by Thomas Bentley and starring Mercy Hatton, Charles Rock and Austin Leigh. [1] In eighteenth century Britain a disgraced gentlemen becomes a highwaymen. It is adapted from the 1907 novel Beau Brocade by Baroness Emmuska Orczy.



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