The Rest Cure (film)

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The Rest Cure
Directed by A. E. Coleby
Written by
  • George Robey (novel)
  • A. E. Coleby
Starring
Production
company
Stoll Pictures
Distributed by Stoll Pictures
Release date
October 1923
CountryUnited Kingdom
Languages

The Rest Cure is a 1923 British silent comedy film directed by A. E. Coleby and starring George Robey, Sydney Fairbrother and Gladys Hamer. [1]

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  1. Goble p.393

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