East Lynne (1925)

11/23/1925 (US) Drama 1h 54m
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This most famous of Victorian melodramas was more than half a century old, and had already been filmed several times when it came to the screen once again in 1925. Director Emmett J. Flynn had an all-star cast and kept close to the original story.

  1. Emmett J. Flynn

    Director, Writer

  2. Mrs. Henry Wood


  3. Lenore J. Coffee


Top Billed Cast

  1. Alma Rubens

    Alma Rubens

    Lady Isabel

  2. Edmund Lowe

    Edmund Lowe

    Archibald Carlyle

  3. Lou Tellegen

    Lou Tellegen

    Sir Francis Levison

  4. Frank Keenan

    Frank Keenan

    Chief Justice Hare

  5. Marjorie Daw

    Marjorie Daw

    Barbara Hare

  6. Leslie Fenton

    Leslie Fenton

    Richard Hare

  7. Belle Bennett

    Belle Bennett

    Afy Hallijohn

  8. Lydia Knott

    Lydia Knott

    Mrs. Hare

  9. Harry Seymour

    Mr. Dill

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East Lynne
East Lynne

Status Released

Original Language English

Budget -

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