The Bonnie Brier Bush
|The Bonnie Brier Bush|
American newspaper ad
|Directed by||Donald Crisp|
|Written by||James MacArthur|
Augustus E. Thomas
|Based on||The Bonnie Brier Bush|
by Ian Maclaren
|Cinematography||Claude L. McDonnell|
|Distributed by||Famous Players-Lasky British Producers|
|Language||Silent (English intertitles)|
As described in a film magazine, dour Scottish shepherd Lachlan Campbell (Crisp) is exceedingly harsh with his daughter Flora (Glynne). Flora and Lord Malcolm Hay (Fraser), the son of the Earl of Kinspindle (Robertshaw), marry secretly according to Scottish custom, and parental objection leads to misunderstandings followed by separation and misery. A logical resolution leads to a satisfactory ending.
- Donald Crisp as Lachlan Campbell
- Mary Glynne as Flora Campbell
- Alec Fraser as Lord Malcolm Hay
- Dorothy Fane as Kate Carnegie
- Jack East as Posty
- Langhorn Burton as John Carmichael (credited as Langhorne Burton)
- Jerrold Robertshaw as Earl of Kinspindle
- Adeline Hayden Coffin as Margaret Howe (credited as Mrs. Hayden-Coffin)
- H.H. Wright as Dr. William MacClure
- "Progressive Silent Film List: The Bonnie Brier Bush". Silent Era. Retrieved 10 May 2008.
- "Reviews: The Bonnie Brier Bush". Exhibitors Herald. New York City: Exhibitors Herald Company. 13 (24): 60. 10 December 1921.
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