|The Rolling Road|
|Directed by||Graham Cutts|
|Written by||Boyd Cable |
Violet E. Powell
|Produced by|| Michael Balcon |
|Starring|| Carlyle Blackwell |
Flora le Breton
|Distributed by||Woolf and Freedman|
|19 September 1927|
The Rolling Road is a 1927 British silent drama film directed by Graham Cutts and starring Carlyle Blackwell, Flora le Breton, Clifford Heatherley and A.V. Bramble.  The screenplay concerns a young woman in a Cornish fishing village who has to choose between various suitors.
It was made at Islington Studios and on location at Porthleven in Cornwall and Great Yarmouth in Norfolk.  It premiered in May 1927 and went on general release in September of the same year. Its critical reception was unenthusiastic, with reviewers feeling it was below the standard of Cutts' other work during the era. 
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