Honour in Pawn

Honour in Pawn is a 1916 British silent film which starred Helen Haye in her first film role.[1]

The four-reel crime drama was based on the 1911 novel of the same name by W. B. Maxwell[2] to a script by Harold Weston, who was also the Director. The production company was Broadwest Film Company while the Producer was Walter West.[1][3][4]


A crooked dealer adopts a young woman thief and forces her to steal the plate of a knight.[1][3]



  1. ^ a b c d Honour in Pawn - British Film Institute database
  2. ^ Alan Goble (ed), The Complete Index to Literary Sources in Film, Bowker Saur (1999) - Google Books pg. 315
  3. ^ a b c Denis Gifford, The British Film Catalogue: The Fiction Film 1895-1994, Routledge (2001) - Google Books
  4. ^ Rachael Low, The History of British Film 1914-1918 (Volume 3)', Routledge (2011) - Google Books pg. 289

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