|The Uninvited Guest|
|Directed by||George Dewhurst|
The Uninvited Guest is a 1923 British silent drama film directed by George Dewhurst and starring Stewart Rome, Madge Stuart and Arthur Walcott.
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Son of Kissing Cup is a 1922 British silent sports film directed by Walter West and starring Violet Hopson, Stewart Rome and Cameron Carr. Like many of West's films it is set in the world of horseracing.
The Mystery of a Hansom Cab is a 1915 British silent crime film directed by Harold Weston and starring Milton Rosmer, Fay Temple and A.V. Bramble. It is an adaptation of Fergus Hume's 1886 novel of the same name.
The Man Behind 'The Times' is a 1917 British silent crime film directed by Frank Wilson and starring Stewart Rome, Chrissie White and Lionelle Howard.
A Turf Conspiracy is a 1918 British silent sports crime film directed by Frank Wilson and starring Violet Hopson, Gerald Ames and Joan Legge. It is an adaptation of the 1916 novel of the same name by Nat Gould.
A Daughter of Love is a 1925 British silent drama film directed by Walter West and starring Violet Hopson, John Stuart and Jameson Thomas.
When Greek Meets Greek is a 1922 British silent comedy film directed by Walter West and starring Violet Hopson, Stewart Rome and Lilian Douglas. It was adapted to film from Paul Trent's novel of the same name.
Nature's Gentleman is a 1918 British silent romance film directed by F. Martin Thornton and starring James Knight, Madge Stuart and Arthur M. Cullin.
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