|Edwin J. Collins
| Henry Fielding (novel)
| Langhorn Burton
|Ideal Film Company
Tom Jones is 1917 British comedy film directed by Edwin J. Collins and starring Langhorn Burton, Sybil Arundale and Will Corrie.It is an adaptation of the 1749 novel Tom Jones by Henry Fielding.
After being disgraced at home Tom Jones enjoys a series of adventures on the road to London.
Tom Jones is a 1963 British comedy film, an adaptation of Henry Fielding's classic 1749 novel The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling, starring Albert Finney as the titular hero. It was one of the most critically acclaimed and popular comedies of its time, and won four Academy Awards, including Best Picture. The film was produced and directed by Tony Richardson and the screenplay was adapted by playwright John Osborne.
The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling, often known simply as Tom Jones, is a comic novel by English playwright and novelist Henry Fielding. It is a Bildungsroman and a picaresque novel. It was first published on 28 February 1749 in London and is among the earliest English works to be classified as a novel. It is the earliest novel mentioned by W. Somerset Maugham in his 1948 book Great Novelists and Their Novels among the ten best novels of the world.
The Corn Is Green is a 1938 semi-autobiographical play by Welsh dramatist and actor Emlyn Williams. The play premiered in London at the Duchess Theatre in September 1938; with Sybil Thorndike as Miss Moffat and Williams himself portraying Morgan Evans, the West End production ran in all for 600 performances. The original Broadway production starred Ethel Barrymore and premiered at the National Theatre in November 1940, running for 477 performances.
Tom Jones is a comic opera in three acts by Edward German founded upon Henry Fielding's 1749 novel, The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling, with a libretto by Robert Courtneidge and Alexander M. Thompson and lyrics by Charles H. Taylor.
My Lady Molly is a 'comedy opera' in two acts with a libretto by George H. Jessop, with additional lyrics by Percy Greenbank and Charles H. Taylor, and music by Sidney Jones. The story centers around Lady Molly Martingale, a vivacious young woman, who disguises herself as a man to win the man she loves.
Sybil Arundale was an English stage and film actress born Sybil Kelly.
Girls, Please! is a 1934 British comedy film directed by Jack Raymond and starring Sydney Howard, Jane Baxter, Meriel Forbes and Peter Gawthorne. It was made at British and Dominion's Elstree Studios. In the film, a physical education teacher at a girls school is left in charge when the headmistress is absent, and has to confront the elopement of one of the pupils.
The Amateur Gentleman is a 1920 British drama film directed by Maurice Elvey and starring Langhorn Burton, Madge Stuart and Cecil Humphreys. The film is adapted from the 1913 novel The Amateur Gentleman by Jeffery Farnol.
Dora De Winton was a British actress of the silent era. Born Dora Wilson in London in 1874, De Winton was a well-known drama and comedy theatre performer during the 1880s. She starred in a number of films from 1912 to 1925, especially melodramas and crime films. She began her film career working with the British & Colonial Film Company in 1912, but with her first feature film in 1913 she worked with the Barker Film Company, where she would remain for most of her acting career. She may be best remembered for her role as Miss Western in Edwin J. Collins's Tom Jones starring Langhorn Burton and produced by the Ideal Film Company in 1917, and also for her last screen performance as Lady Barmouth in The Presumption of Stanley Hay, MP at the Stoll Film Company in 1925. She is also the sister of actress Alice De Winton.
By Berwin Banks is a 1920 British silent romance film directed by Sidney Morgan and starring Langhorn Burton, Eileen Magrath and J. Denton-Thompson.
God and the Man is a 1918 British silent drama film directed by Edwin J. Collins and starring Langhorn Burton, Joyce Carey and Bert Wynne. It was adapted from an 1881 novel by Robert Buchanan.
Daddy is a 1917 British silent drama film directed by Thomas Bentley and starring Langhorn Burton, Peggy Kurton and William Lugg. After his musician dies his young son goes to live with a violin manufacturer falling in his love with his daughter as he grows up.
The Children of Gibeon is a 1920 British silent drama film based on a novel by Sir Walter Besant, directed by Sidney Morgan and starring Joan Morgan, Langhorn Burton and Eileen Magrath. An aristocrat adopts a criminal's daughter and brings her up with her own daughter. She never reveals to them which way round they were.
Sweet and Twenty is a 1919 British silent romance film directed by Sidney Morgan and starring Marguerite Blanche, Langhorn Burton and George Keene.
Moth and Rust is a 1921 British silent drama film directed by Sidney Morgan and starring Sybil Thorndike, Malvina Longfellow and Langhorn Burton.
A Man's Shadow is a 1920 British silent crime film directed by Sidney Morgan and starring Langhorn Burton, Violet Graham and Gladys Mason. In the film, a man murders a Jewish moneylender, but his doppelganger is accused of the crime.
Two Little Wooden Shoes is a 1920 British silent romance film directed by Sidney Morgan and starring Joan Morgan, Langhorn Burton and J. Denton-Thompson.
Little Dorrit is a lost 1920 British silent historical drama film directed by Sidney Morgan and starring Lady Tree, Langhorn Burton and Joan Morgan. It is based on the 1857 Charles Dickens' novel of the same name. A few fragments totaling 18 minutes survive, and are featured in the documentary Cinema Europe: The Other Hollywood. They've also been uploaded to YouTube.
The City of a Thousand Delights is a 1927 German silent film directed by Carmine Gallone and starring Paul Richter, Adele Sandrock and Langhorn Burton. It is based on the 1907 novel The City of Pleasure by the British writer Arnold Bennett.
The History of Tom Jones – A Foundling is a five-part TV series produced by the BBC in 1997. It features Max Beesley in the title role, alongside Brian Blessed and Samantha Morton.