|The Happy Warrior|
|Directed by||F. Martin Thornton|
|Distributed by||Harma Photoplays|
The Happy Warrior is a 1917 British sports drama film directed by Floyd Martin Thornton and starring James Knight, Joan Legge and Minna Grey.  It was remade in Hollywood as The Happy Warrior (1925).
|James Knight||The Happy Warrior|
|Joan Legge||Audrey Oxford|
|Minna Grey||Maggie Oxford|
|Sydney Lewis Ransome||Jaffra|
|H. Agar Lyons||Lord Burdon|
|Winifred Evans||Lady Burdon|
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