The Silent Accuser
The Silent Accuser is a 1924 silent film directed by Chester M. Franklin. The film stars dog star Peter the Great, Eleanor Boardman and Raymond McKee. This film is considered lost.
|The Silent Accuser|
|Directed by||Chester M. Franklin|
|Written by||Jack Boyle and Chester M. Franklin|
|Distributed by||Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (*as Metro-Goldwyn)|
Dog star Peter the Great woofs through the title role as the only witness to the murder of Barbara Jane's stepfather.
- Eleanor Boardman as- Barbara Jane
- Raymond McKee as- Jack
- Earl Metcalfe as Phil
- Paul Weigel as Stepfather
- Edna Tichenor as- The Painted Lady
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