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Tell Your Children (1922)

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A Lady stops her daughter from eloping with a farmer, takes away her baby, and makes her marry a Lord.


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Cast overview:
Doris Eaton ...
Rosny Edwards
Walter Tennyson ...
John Haslar
Margaret Halstan ...
Lady Sybil Edwards
Gertrude McCoy ...
Warwick Ward ...
Lord Belhurst
Mary Rorke ...
Susan Hasler
Cecil Morton York ...
Reuben Haslar
Adeline Hayden Coffin ...
Nanny Dyson
A. Harding Steerman ...


A Lady stops her daughter from eloping with a farmer, takes away her baby, and makes her marry a Lord.

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lost film | based on novel | See All (2) »







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September 1922 (UK)  »

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In actress Doris Eaton's autobiography, she stated that she never saw the finished film. Researcher Dawn Costello told Eaton it received harsh responses from the trade shows in England. Eleven years later, it was edited into Reckless Decision (1933). No full prints of this film are known to exist. Only the fragments edited into Reckless Decision still exist. See more »


Edited into Reckless Decision (1933) See more »

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Famous Lasky Players Go Bankrupt
22 December 2003 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

This was the last film that Hitchcock did for Famous Players Lasky before they went bankrupt. The 23 year old went on to work on 'Always Tell Your Wife' where he met his future wife, Alma Reville. He brought with him the principle of showing a story in films, not telling it.

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