Anna the Adventuress
Anna the Adventuress is a 1920 British silent drama film directed by Cecil Hepworth and starring Alma Taylor, Jean Cadell and James Carew. It is based on a novel by Phillips Oppenheim. Made by Hepworth Pictures at Walton Studios, it is now considered a lost film.
|Anna the Adventuress|
|Directed by||Cecil M. Hepworth|
|Produced by||Cecil M. Hepworth|
|Written by||Blanche McIntosh|
E. Phillips Oppenheim
|Distributed by||National Photoplays|
Two identical sisters are able to switch places, leading to a series of unfortunate incidents.