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A Lowland Cinderella (1921)

1920's take on the Cinderella fairy tale with Joan Morgan as Hester Sterling who must try & overcome the evil schemes of Dr Torpican to find true love. Made in Sussex in the famous Glasshouse studio on Shoreham Beach.

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Joan Morgan ... Hester Stirling
George Foley ... David Stirling
... Master of Darrock
Mavis Clair ... Ethel Torpichan
Charles Levey ... Dr. Silvanus Torpichan
Frances Wetherall ... Duchess of Niddisdale
Kate Phillips ... Grandmother Stirling
Mary Carnegie ... Mrs. Torpichan
Nell Emerald ... Megsy
Eileen Grace ... Claudia Torpichan
Patrick Susands ... Tom Torpichan (as Cecil Susands)
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1920's take on the Cinderella fairy tale with Joan Morgan as Hester Sterling who must try & overcome the evil schemes of Dr Torpican to find true love. Made in Sussex in the famous Glasshouse studio on Shoreham Beach.

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1 November 1922 (USA)  »

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Hollywood on the Sussex coast
13 July 2005 | by See all my reviews

Modern (1920's) version of the Cinderella Fairy tale with Joan Morgan as the vulnerable Hester Stirling, who must overcome the evil schemes of Dr Torpican to find true love.

A Lowland Cinderella was made in the Shoreham 'Glasshouse' studio by Progress Film Company in the summer of 1921 & released at the end of that year. The Shoreham Beach Glasshouse studio produced films for Britain & the world between 1919 to 1923, most of these were made by the Progress Film Company, with Stanley Morgan as its Director of Production. Joan Morgan became the Shoreham Studio's leading actress, being described as "A beautiful British star". A new score was added in 1996 by Richard Durrant.


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