|General Post (play)
by J. E. Harold Terry
|Ideal Film Company
General Post is a 1920 British silent drama film directed by Thomas Bentley and starring Douglas Munro, Lilian Braithwaite and Joyce Dearsley.It was based on the play General Post by J. E. Harold Terry in which Lillian Braithwaite had appeared when it premiered at the Haymarket Theatre in March 1917.
During the First World War a small-town tailor rises to become a General.
The year 1920 in film involved some significant events.
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