Her Benny

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Her Benny
Directed by A. V. Bramble
Written by George Dewhurst
Based on Her Benny
by Silas K. Hocking
Produced byW. H. Baker
StarringSydney Wood
Babs Reynolds
Charles Buckmaster
Release date
January 1920
Country United Kingdom

Her Benny is a 1920 British silent romance film directed by A. V. Bramble and starring Sydney Wood, Babs Reynolds and Charles Buckmaster. [1] It is adapted from the popular Victorian novel Her Benny (1879) by Silas K. Hocking. It follows a young boy from Liverpool as he grows up in a harsh environment.



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