|The Wandering Jew|
|Directed by||Maurice Elvey|
|Based on||a play by E. Temple Thurston|
|Starring||Matheson Lang, Hutin Britton and Malvina Longfellow|
The Wandering Jew is a 1923 British silent fantasy film directed by Maurice Elvey and starring Matheson Lang, Hutin Britton and Malvina Longfellow.  It was based on a play by E. Temple Thurston. It was remade in 1933 as The Wandering Jew.
A Jewish man is condemned to wander aimlessly through the ages.
The Wandering Jew is a mythical immortal man whose legend began to spread in Europe in the 13th century. In the original legend, a Jew who taunted Jesus on the way to the Crucifixion was then cursed to walk the Earth until the Second Coming. The exact nature of the wanderer's indiscretion varies in different versions of the tale, as do aspects of his character; sometimes he is said to be a shoemaker or other tradesman, while sometimes he is the doorman at the estate of Pontius Pilate.
Matheson Alexander Lang was a Canadian-born stage and film actor and playwright in the early 20th century. He is best remembered for his performances roles in Great Britain in Shakespeare plays.
Malvina is a feminine given name derived from the Scottish Gaelic Mala-mhìn, meaning "smooth brow". It was popularized by the 18th century Scottish poet James Macpherson. Other names popularised by Macpherson became popular in Scandinavia on account of Napoleon, an admirer of Macpherson's Ossianic poetry, who was the godfather of several children of Jean Baptiste Jules Bernadotte, an officer of his who ruled Norway and Sweden in the early 19th century.
Malvina Virginia Longfellow was an American stage and silent movie actress of the early 20th century.
Nelly Hutin Britton, usually credited as Hutin Britton was an English actress. She was best known for her performances in Shakespeare roles early in the 20th century. She also appeared in leading roles in two silent British films.
Guy Fawkes is a 1923 British silent historical film directed by Maurice Elvey and starring Matheson Lang, Nina Vanna and Hugh Buckler. The film depicts the Gunpowder Plot of 1605 in which a group of plotters planned to blow up the Houses of Parliament. It was based on the 1840 novel Guy Fawkes by Harrison Ainsworth.
Nelson, also cited as Nelson: The Story of England's Immortal Naval Hero, is a 1918 British historical film directed by Maurice Elvey and starring Donald Calthrop, Malvina Longfellow and Ivy Close. Its screenplay is based on the biography of Admiral Horatio Nelson by Robert Southey.
The Romance of Lady Hamilton is a 1919 British historical drama film directed by Bert Haldane and starring Malvina Longfellow, Humberston Wright and Cecil Humphreys. It follows the love affair between the British Admiral Horatio Nelson and Lady Emma Hamilton during the Napoleonic Wars.
Adam Bede is a 1918 British silent drama film directed by Maurice Elvey and starring Bransby Williams, Ivy Close and Malvina Longfellow. It is an adaptation of the 1859 novel Adam Bede by George Eliot.
Thelma is a 1918 British silent drama film directed by A.E. Coleby, Arthur Rooke and starring Malvina Longfellow, Arthur Rooke and Maud Yates. It was adapted from the 1887 novel Thelma by Marie Corelli.
Holy Orders is a 1917 British silent romance film directed by A.E. Coleby and Arthur Rooke and starring Malvina Longfellow, Maud Yates and Arthur Rooke. It was adapted from the 1908 novel Holy Orders, The Tragedy of a Quiet Life by Marie Corelli.
For All Eternity is a 1917 British silent crime film directed by A.E. Coleby and Arthur Rooke and starring Janet Alexander, Malvina Longfellow and Arthur Rooke. Its plot concerns a man who is wrongly faced with execution for a murder he did not commit.
The Merchant of Venice is a 1916 British silent drama film directed by Walter West and starring Matheson Lang, Hutin Britton, Ernest Caselli. It is an adaptation of William Shakespeare's play The Merchant of Venice.
Moth and Rust is a 1921 British silent drama film directed by Sidney Morgan and starring Sybil Thorndike, Malvina Longfellow and Langhorn Burton.
The Grip of Iron is a 1920 British silent crime film directed by Bert Haldane and starring George Foley, Malvina Longfellow and James Lindsay. It was based on a play of the same title by Arthur Shirley, which was in turn based on a novel by Adolphe Belot. A Parisian lawyer's clerk robs and strangles a series of victims in order to fund his daughter's extravagant lifestyle.
Mary Latimer, Nun is a 1920 British silent drama film directed by Bert Haldane and starring Malvina Longfellow, Warwick Ward and Ethel Fisher. The film is based on a novel by Eve Elwen. The screenplay concerns a girl from the slums who marries the son of an aristocrat.
The Indian Love Lyrics is a 1923 British silent romantic drama film directed by Sinclair Hill and starring Catherine Calvert, Owen Nares and Malvina Longfellow. It is based on the poem The Garden of Kama by Laurence Hope. The film's sets were designed by art director Walter Murton.
A Gamble in Lives is a 1920 British silent drama film directed by George Ridgwell and starring Malvina Longfellow, Norman McKinnel and Alec Fraser. It is based on the play The Joan Danvers by Frank Stayton.
Possession or Phroso is a 1922 British-French silent drama film directed by Louis Mercanton and starring Malvina Longfellow, Reginald Owen and Max Maxudian. It is based on the 1897 novel Phroso: A Romance by Anthony Hope.
Calvary is a 1920 British silent drama film directed by Edwin J. Collins and starring Malvina Longfellow, Henry Victor and Charles Vane.