Trelawny of the Wells (film)

Trelawny of the Wells is a 1916 British silent romance film directed by Cecil Hepworth, and starring Alma Taylor, Stewart Rome, and Violet Hopson.[1] It is an adaptation of the 1898 play Trelawny of the Wells by Arthur Wing Pinero. The story was later filmed as a late silent by MGM in 1928 under the title The Actress, starring Norma Shearer.



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