|Directed by||George Pearson|
|Written by|| John Buchan (novel)|
Charles E. Whittaker
|Produced by||George Pearson|
|Starring|| Harry Lauder |
Welsh, Pearson and Company
|Distributed by||Paramount Pictures|
|7,192 feet |
Huntingtower is a 1928 British silent adventure film, made at Cricklewood Studios. It was directed by George Pearson and starred Harry Lauder, Vera Voronina and Patrick Aherne. It was based on the 1922 novel Huntingtower by John Buchan. The film was fairly successful on its release. 
The film is "(a) tale of chivalry in modern times, involving a Glasgow grocer and a Russian princess imprisoned in a deserted castle" according to the British Film Institute.  
The castle scenes were shot at Bamburgh Castle.
Sir Henry Lauder was a Scottish singer and comedian popular in both music hall and vaudeville theatre traditions; he achieved international success.
Castle Gay is a 1930 novel by the Scottish author John Buchan. It is the second of his three Dickson McCunn novels and is set in the Scottish district of Carrick, Galloway some six years after the events described in Huntingtower.
The House of the Four Winds is a 1935 adventure novel by the Scots author John Buchan. It is a Ruritanian romance, and the last of his three Dickson McCunn books. The novel is set in the fictional Central European country of Evallonia and opens two years after the events recounted in Castle Gay.
Huntingtower is a 1922 novel by the Scottish author John Buchan, initially serialised in Popular Magazine between August and September 1921. It is the first of his three Dickson McCunn books, the action taking place in the district of Carrick in Galloway, Scotland.
The Cohens and Kellys is a 1926 American silent comedy film directed by Harry A. Pollard and starring Charles Murray, George Sidney, Kate Price, and Jason Robards Sr. The film is the first of the Cohens and Kellys film serials. The film is perhaps best known today as the subject of Nichols v. Universal Pictures Corp., a copyright infringement case, in which Judge Learned Hand articulated the doctrine that copyright protection does not cover the characteristics of stock characters in a story.
Underground is a 1928 British silent drama film directed by Anthony Asquith and starring Brian Aherne, Elissa Landi, Cyril McLaglen, and Norah Baring. The film examines the lives of ordinary Londoners and the romance between them, set on and around the London Underground.
The Silver Lining is a 1927 British silent drama film directed by Thomas Bentley and starring Marie Ault, Patrick Aherne and Moore Marriott. The screenplay concerns two brothers who fight over a girl, leading one to frame the other for robbery. Later, guilt-ridden, he confesses and arranges his own death.
Patrick de Lacy Aherne was an English film actor. He was the son of the architect William de Lacy Aherne, and the elder brother of the actor Brian Aherne. The family lived at Kings Norton.
Auld Lang Syne is a 1929 British musical film directed by George Pearson and starring Harry Lauder, Dorothy Boyd, and Patrick Aherne. It was originally made as a silent film, but in September 1929 sound was added. It was shot at Cricklewood Studios in Cricklewood, London.
The Dickson McCunn Trilogy is a series of three novels by John Buchan: Huntingtower (1922), Castle Gay (1930) and The House of the Four Winds (1935). Penguin published an omnibus edition, The Adventures of Dickson McCunn, in 1994.
Virginia's Husband is a 1928 British silent comedy film directed by Harry Hughes and starring Mabel Poulton, Lilian Oldland and Patrick Aherne. It was based on the play Virginia's Husband by Florence Kilpatrick, and was remade as a sound film in 1934.
Vera Voronina was a Russian actress. She was born in Odessa, then part of the Russian Empire, but her family fled after the Russian Revolution of 1917. She starred in films in several countries including Germany, Britain, Sweden and the United States. The information about her life is very scarce and even her death year is disputed. She arrived in the USA in January 1927 and stayed for about two years. Her name was given as Wera Awramow aged 22 born in Odessa and she was traveling with her husband Nikolaus Awramow a lawyer born in Kyiv aged 34.
The Hellcat is a 1928 British silent romance film directed by Harry Hughes and starring Mabel Poulton, Eric Bransby Williams and John F. Hamilton. It was based on a play by Florence Kilpatrick and made at the Nettlefold Studios in Walton-on-Thames.
Carry On is a 1927 British silent drama film directed by Dinah Shurey and starring Moore Marriott, Trilby Clark and Alf Goddard.
The Inseparables is a 1929 British silent romance film directed by Adelqui Migliar and John Stafford and starring Elissa Landi, Patrick Aherne and Annette Benson. It was filmed at the Whitehall Studios at Elstree.
Love's Option is a 1928 British silent adventure film directed by George Pearson and starring Dorothy Boyd, Patrick Aherne and James Carew. It was made at Cricklewood Studios based on the novel The Riddle by Douglas Newton. The film was distributed by Paramount Pictures' British subsidiary, enabling the company to meet its yearly quota set down by the British government. The film follows several rivals attempting to gain control of a valuable Spanish copper mine. It was known by the alternative title A Girl of Today.
The Cohens and the Kellys in Paris is a 1928 American comedy film directed by William Beaudine. It was the first sequel to The Cohens and Kellys. The film title is sometimes listed as The Cohens and Kellys in Paris.
A Daughter in Revolt is a 1927 British silent comedy film directed by Harry Hughes and starring Mabel Poulton, Edward O'Neill and Lilian Oldland.
Blinkeyes is a 1926 British silent drama film directed by George Pearson and starring Betty Balfour, Tom Douglas, and Frank Stanmore.
Why Cry at Parting? is a 1929 British-German silent film directed by Richard Eichberg and starring Dina Gralla, Harry Halm and Paul Morgan.