|The Eleventh Commandment|
|Directed by||George A. Cooper|
|Based on||The Eleventh Commandment by Brandon Fleming|
|Starring|| Fay Compton |
|Distributed by||Gaumont British Distributors|
The Eleventh Commandment is a 1924 British crime film directed by George A. Cooper and starring Fay Compton, Stewart Rome and Lillian Hall-Davis.  It is based on the play The Eleventh Commandment by Brandon Fleming.
An actress tries to rescue her sister from the clutches of a blackmailer.
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