Tommy Atkins (1928 film)
Tommy Atkins is a 1928 British silent drama film directed by Norman Walker and starring Lillian Hall-Davis, Henry Victor and Walter Byron. Based on the eponymous play by Arthur Shirley and Ben Landeck, it features a romantic drama against the backdrop of the British intervention in The Sudan in the 1880s.
|Directed by||Norman Walker|
|Written by||Arthur Shirley (play) |
Ben Landeck (play)
|Starring||Lillian Hall-Davis |
|Cinematography||Claude Friese-Greene |
|Edited by||Sam Simmonds|
|Distributed by||Wardour Films|
A cleric enlists on learning he loves his brother's sweetheart, saves his life, and finds he is really an Earl.