|Directed by||George Dewhurst|
|Written by||Donovan Bayley|
|Produced by||George Dewhurst|
|Distributed by||Dewhurst Productions|
The Homemaker is a 1919 British silent romance film directed by George Dewhurst and starring Manora Thew, Basil Gill and Gwynne Herbert.
At the Villa Rose is a 1920 British silent detective film based on the 1910 novel At the Villa Rose by British politician and author A.E.W. Mason. The feature was directed by Maurice Elvey and stars Manora Thew and Langhorn Burton. A print of the film survives at the British Film Institute archives.
The Narrow Valley is a 1921 British silent drama film directed by Cecil Hepworth. As of August 2010, the film is missing from the BFI National Archive, and is listed as one of the British Film Institute's "75 Most Wanted" lost films.
A Romance of Old Baghdad is a 1922 British silent drama film directed by Kenelm Foss and starring Matheson Lang, Manora Thew and Roy Travers. It is an adaptation of the novel Miss Haroun al Rashid by Jessie Douglas Kerruish. In nineteenth century Mesopotamia a series of romantic entanglements ensue. The Hollywood actress Evelyn Brent was originally intended to star but did not ultimately appear in the finished film.
Manora Alice Thew was an English actress.
Smith is a 1917 British silent romance film directed by Maurice Elvey and starring Elisabeth Risdon, Fred Groves and Manora Thew. It was based on the 1913 play Smith by Somerset Maugham.
Not Negotiable is a 1918 British silent crime film directed by Walter West and starring Julian Royce, Manora Thew and Gregory Scott.
What's the Use of Grumbling is a 1918 British silent drama film directed by Henry Edwards and starring Basil Gill, Gwynne Herbert and Chrissie White. It was produced by Cecil Hepworth for the British Ministry of Information as propaganda during the First World War.
The New Clown is a 1916 British silent comedy film directed by Fred Paul and starring James Welch, Manora Thew and Richard Lindsay. It was based on a play by H. M. Paull. The screenplay concerns an aristocrat who runs away to join the circus.
The Broken Melody is a 1916 British silent romance film directed by Cavendish Morton and starring John Martin Harvey, Hilda Moore and Manora Thew. A woman leaves her husband, a Polish violinist, but returns to him after he is wounded fighting a duel.
Once Upon a Time is a 1918 British silent romance film directed by Thomas Bentley and starring Lauri de Frece, Manora Thew and Dorothy Minto. The screenplay concerns a love affair that develops between a comedian and a clown's daughter.
The Toilers is a 1919 British romantic drama film starring Ronald Colman as a young man who leaves behind his family and girl in a Cornish fishing village to seek his fortune in London. Two of five reels survive.
The Grit of a Jew is a 1917 British silent drama film directed by Maurice Elvey and starring Augustus Yorke, Manora Thew and Fred Groves.
Arsene Lupin is a 1916 British silent crime film directed by George Loane Tucker and starring Gerald Ames, Manora Thew and Kenelm Foss. It features the popular French master criminal Arsene Lupin, and is the first instance of the character in English-language media.
The Polar Star is a 1919 British silent mystery film directed by Arrigo Bocchi and starring Manora Thew, Hayford Hobbs and Peggy Patterson. The screenplay concerns a London soliciter who is killed in mysterious circumstances in Italy.
The Man and the Moment is a 1918 British silent drama film directed by Arrigo Bocchi and starring Manora Thew, Hayford Hobbs and Charles Vane. It is an adaptation of the 1914 novel of the same name by Elinor Glyn.
When It Was Dark is a lost 1919 British silent drama film directed by Arrigo Bocchi and starring Manora Thew, Hayford Hobbs and George Butler. It is an adaptation of the 1903 novel of the same title by Guy Thorne.
Splendid Folly is a 1919 British silent romance film directed by Arrigo Bocchi and starring Manora Thew, Hayford Hobbs and Evelyn Harding. The film is set in Naples and was shot on location in Italy, and at Catford Studios in London. It is based on a novel by Margaret Pedlar.
Fettered is a 1919 British silent drama film directed by Arrigo Bocchi and starring Manora Thew, Hayford Hobbs and Fred Morgan. The film is based on a novel by Joan Sutherland.
His Daughter's Dilemma is a 1916 British silent drama film directed by Ralph Dewsbury and starring Ben Webster, Manora Thew and Philip Hewland.
The Shulamite, also known as The Folly of Desire, a 1915 British silent drama film directed by George Loane Tucker and starring Norman McKinnel, Manora Thew and Gerald Ames. It is based on the 1906 play of the same name by Edward Knoblock.