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List of British films of 1922

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List of British films of 1922

A list of British films released in 1922.


Title Director Cast Genre Notes
A Bachelor's Baby Arthur Rooke Constance Worth, Malcolm Tod Comedy
A Bill of Divorcement Denison Clift Constance Binney, Fay Compton Drama
The Bohemian Girl Harley Knoles Gladys Cooper, Ivor Novello Romance
Boy Woodburn Guy Newall Guy Newall, Ivy Duke Sport
Bulldog Drummond Oscar Apfel Carlyle Blackwell, Evelyn Greeley Crime
The Call of the East Bert Wynne Warwick Ward, Doris Eaton Drama
The Card A.V. Bramble Laddie Cliff, Hilda Cowley Comedy
Cocaine Graham Cutts Hilda Bayley, Flora Le Breton Crime
A Debt of Honour Maurice Elvey Isobel Elsom, Clive Brook Drama
Dick Turpin's Ride to York Maurice Elvey Matheson Lang, Isobel Elsom Historical Drama
Dicky Monteith Kenelm Foss Joan Morgan Drama
The Eleventh Hour George Ridgwell Madge White, Dennis Wyndham Drama
Fires of Innocence Sidney Morgan Bobby Andrews Drama
Flames of Passion Graham Cutts Mae Marsh, C. Aubrey Smith Drama
Fox Farm Guy Newall Guy Newall, Ivy Duke Drama
A Gipsy Cavalier J. Stuart Blackton Flora le Breton Drama
The Grass Orphan Frank Hall Crane Margaret Bannerman, Reginald Owen Drama
His Wife's Husband George A. Cooper Madge Stuart, Olaf Hytten Drama
The Lilac Sunbonnet Sidney Morgan Lewis Dayton, Nell Emerald Romance
Little Brother of God F. Martin Thornton Alec Fraser, Lionelle Howard Western
The Lonely Lady of Grosvenor Square Sinclair Hill Betty Faire, Jack Hobbs Drama
A Lowland Cinderella Sidney Morgan Mary Carnegie, Mavis Clair Drama
Married to a Mormon H. B. Parkinson Evelyn Brent, Clive Brook Drama
A Master of Craft Thomas Bentley Fred Groves, Mercy Hatton Comedy
Number 13 Alfred Hitchcock Clare Greet, Ernest Thesiger Drama Hitchcock's first film. Production was pulled and no footage is known to exist.
Pages of Life Adelqui Migliar Evelyn Brent, Richard Turner Drama
The Persistent Lovers Guy Newall Guy Newall, Ivy Duke Romance
A Prince of Lovers Charles Calvert Howard Gaye, Marjorie Hume Historical
Rob Roy W.P. Kellino David Hawthorne, Gladys Jennings Historical
Running Water Maurice Elvey Madge Stuart, Lawford Davidson Drama
A Sailor Tramp F. Martin Thornton Kate Gurney, Pauline Johnson Adventure
The Scarlett Letter Challis Sanderson Sybil Thorndike, Dick Webb Drama
Shirley A.V. Bramble Clive Brook, Elizabeth Irving Drama
Simple Simon Henry Edwards Henry Edwards, Chrissie White Romance
Sinister Street George Beranger John Stuart, Maudie Dunham Melodrama
Son of Kissing Cup Walter West Violet Hopson, Stewart Rome Comedy
A Soul's Awakening W.P. Kellino David Hawthorne, Flora le Breton Drama
A Sporting Double Arthur Rooke John Stuart, Lilian Douglas Sport/Drama
The Sporting Instinct Arthur Rooke Lilian Douglas, Mickey Brantford Drama
Squibs Wins the Calcutta Sweep George Pearson Betty Balfour, Fred Groves Comedy
Stable Companions Albert Ward Clive Brook, Lillian Hall-Davis Sports
A Tale of Two Cities Walter Courtney Rowden Clive Brook, Ann Trevor Drama
Tell Your Children Donald Crisp Doris Eaton, Warwick Ward Drama Feature's Charles Hawtrey's onscreen debut, albeit uncredited
Three Live Ghosts George Fitzmaurice Norman Kerry, Anna Q. Nilsson Comedy
Vanity Fair Walter Courtney Rowden Clive Brook, Douglas Munro Drama Adaptation of the novel Vanity Fair.
Weavers of Fortune Arthur Rooke Henry Vibart, Dacia Adventure
When Greek Meets Greek Walter West Violet Hopson, Stewart Rome Comedy
The White Hope Frank Wilson Violet Hopson, Stewart Rome Sport
The Wonderful Story Graham Cutts Lillian Hall-Davis, Herbert Langley Drama

External links

British films of 1922 at the Internet Movie Database

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