The Eleventh Hour (1922 film)

The Eleventh Hour is a 1922 British silent film. One of a number of adaptations of Ethel M. Dell's romance novels made around this time, the film revolves around Doris Elliott (Madge White), who marries farmer Jeff Ironside (Dennis Wyndham), but quickly tires of farm life, and leaves him, only to realise her mistake and return just before Ironside commits suicide - hence "the eleventh hour" of the title. It is unknown whether any recording of the film survives; it may be a lost film.[1]

The Eleventh Hour
Directed byGeorge Ridgwell
Written byLeslie Howard Gordon
Ethel M. Dell (short story)
StarringDennis Wyndham
Madge White
M. Gray Murray
Beatrice Chester
Distributed byStoll Pictures
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6 reels


  • Madge White as Doris Elliot
  • Dennis Wyndham as Jeff Ironside
  • Phillip Simmons as Hugh Chesyl
  • M. Gray Murray as Colonel Elliot
  • Beatrice Chester as Mrs. Elliot


  1. The Eleventh Hour (1922), retrieved on 5 April 10
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