The Notorious Miss Lisle

Last updated

The Notorious Miss Lisle
Notorious Miss Lisle (1920) - 1.jpg
Directed by James Young
Produced by Sam E. Rork
Katherine MacDonald
Written byJames Young
Based onThe Notorious Miss Lisle
by Baillie Reynolds
Starring Katherine MacDonald
Nigel Barrie
Margaret Campbell
Cinematography Joseph Brotherton
Katherine MacDonald Pictures
Distributed by First National Pictures
Release date
  • August 2, 1920 (1920-08-02)
Running time
5 reels
CountryUnited States
LanguageSilent (English intertitles)

The Notorious Miss Lisle is a 1920 American silent drama film directed by James Young and starring Katherine MacDonald, Nigel Barrie, and Margaret Campbell. [1] The film's sets were designed by the art director Milton Menasco.



Related Research Articles

<i>Kidnapped</i> (1938 film) 1938 adventure film by Alfred L. Werker en Otto Preminger

Kidnapped (1938) is an adventure film directed by Otto Preminger and Alfred L. Werker, starring Warner Baxter and Freddie Bartholomew, and based on the 1886 novel Kidnapped by Robert Louis Stevenson.

Katherine MacDonald American actress

Katherine Agnew MacDonald was an American actress and film producer. She was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Margaret Campbell actress

Margaret Campbell was an American character actress in silent films. In her later years she was the secretary of the Bahá'í Spiritual Assembly of Los Angeles.

<i>Lightnin</i> (1925 film) 1925 film

Lightnin' is a 1925 American silent comedy film directed by John Ford. It was based on a successful play of the same name. The original run of the play started in 1918 at the Gaiety Theatre and continued for 1,291 performances, breaking the record for longest running play at that time.

<i>Cairo</i> (1942 film) 1942 film by W. S. Van Dyke

Cairo is a 1942 musical comedy film made by MGM and Loew's, and directed by W. S. Van Dyke. The screenplay was written by John McClain, based on an idea by Ladislas Fodor about a news reporter shipwrecked in a torpedo attack, who teams up with a Hollywood singer and her maid to foil Nazi spies. The music score is by Herbert Stothart. This film was Jeanette MacDonald's last film on her MGM contract.

The Birthday Honours 2005 for the Commonwealth realms were announced on 11 June 2005 to celebrate the Queen's Birthday of 2005. The recipients of honours are displayed here as they were styled before their new honour, and arranged first by the country whose ministers advised the Queen on the appointments, then by honour, with classes and then divisions as appropriate.

Blanche Friderici American actress

Blanche L. Friderici was an American film and stage actress, sometimes credited as Blanche Frederici.

Nigel Barrie British actor

Nigel Barrie was an Indian-born British actor.

The Queen's Birthday Honours were announced on 19 June 2000 to celebrate the Queen's Official Birthday in The United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, Barbados, The Bahamas, Grenada, Papua New Guinea, Tuvalu, Saint Lucia, and Belize,

The 1993 Queen's Birthday honours were appointments by some of the 16 Commonwealth realms to various orders and honours to recognise and reward good works by citizens of those countries. The Birthday Honours are awarded as part of the Queen's birthday celebrations and were announced on 11 June 1993 for the United Kingdom, the Bahamas, Solomon Islands, Saint Lucia, Grenada, Papua New Guinea, and New Zealand and the Cook Islands. The list for Australia was announced separately on 14 June.

Queen's Birthday Honours are announced on or around the date of the Queen's Official Birthday in Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the United Kingdom. The dates vary, both from year to year and from country to country. All are published in supplements to the London Gazette and many are conferred by the monarch some time after the date of the announcement, particularly for those service people on active duty.

The New Year Honours 1981 were appointments by most of the Commonwealth realms of Queen Elizabeth II to various orders and honours to reward and highlight good works by citizens of those countries, and honorary ones to citizens of other countries. They were announced on 31 December 1980 to celebrate the year passed and mark the beginning of 1981.

<i>White Shoulders</i> (1922 film) 1922 film by Tom Forman

White Shoulders is a lost 1922 American silent drama film starring Katherine MacDonald that was directed by Tom Forman. It was produced by B. P. Schulberg and released through Associated First National, later First National Pictures.

<i>Hotel Continental</i> (film) 1932 film

Hotel Continental is a 1932 American Pre-Code crime film directed by Christy Cabanne and starring Peggy Shannon, Theodore von Eltz and J. Farrell MacDonald. Various criminals search for loot stashed in a luxury hotel which is about to close.

<i>The Turning Point</i> (1920 film) 1920 film

The Turning Point is a 1920 American drama film directed by J.A. Barry, written by Robert W. Chambers, and starring Katherine MacDonald, Leota Lorraine, Nigel Barrie, William V. Mong, Bartine Burkett, and William Clifford. It was released on February 2, 1920, by First National Exhibitors' Circuit.

Gertrude Minnie Robins British novelist

Gertrude Minnie Robins was an English writer, author of over fifty novels, many of them under her married name, Mrs. Baillie Reynolds.

<i>Their Mutual Child</i> (film) 1921 film by George L. Cox

Their Mutual Child is a lost 1920 American silent comedy film directed by George L. Cox and starring Margarita Fischer, Joseph Bennett and Margaret Campbell. It was based on the novel of the same title by P. G. Wodehouse.

<i>The Thunderbolt</i> (1919 film) 1919 film directed by Colin Campbell

The Thunderbolt is a 1919 American silent drama film directed by Colin Campbell and starring Katherine MacDonald, Spottiswoode Aitken and Thomas Meighan.

Heroes and Husbands is a 1922 American silent drama film directed by Chester Withey and starring Katherine MacDonald, Nigel Barrie and Charles K. Gerrard.

<i>The Girl in the Web</i> 1920 film

The Girl in the Web is a 1920 American silent mystery film directed by Robert Thornby and starring Blanche Sweet, Nigel Barrie, and Adele Farrington.


  1. Monaco p.290