The Glorious Adventure (1922 film)

For the 1918 American film starring Mae Marsh, see The Glorious Adventure.
The Glorious Adventure
Directed by J. Stuart Blackton
Produced by J. Stuart Blackton
Written by J. Stuart Blackton
Felix Orman
Nicholas Musuraca (titles)
Starring Diana Manners
Gerald Lawrence
Cecil Humphreys
Victor McLaglen
Cinematography William T. Crespinel
J. Stuart Blackton Productions
Distributed by Stoll Film Studios (UK)
United Artists (US)
Release dates
23 April 1922 (UK)
27 August 1922 (US)
Running time
70 minutes
Country UK/US
Language Silent film
English intertitles

The Glorious Adventure (1922) is a British Prizmacolor feature film directed by J. Stuart Blackton, written by Felix Orman. The film's sets were designed by Walter Murton.[1][2]


Production background

The film was made entirely in Prizmacolor, and starred Lady Diana Manners, Gerald Lawrence, Cecil Humphreys, and Victor McLaglen. It was released by United Artists. Alma Reville, later married to Alfred Hitchcock, may have co-written the script as well as acting as "script girl".

Neither this film, nor the 1918 film of the same name produced by Samuel Goldwyn, is related to the famous book The Glorious Adventure (1927) by Richard Halliburton.

Preservation status

According to the IMDB and SilentEra websites, a print of the film exists.

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