The Notorious Mrs. Carrick

The Notorious Mrs. Carrick is a 1924 British silent crime film directed by George Ridgwell and starring Cameron Carr, A.B. Imeson and Gordon Hopkirk.[1] It was an adaptation of the novel Pools of the Past by Charles Proctor. The film was made by Britain's largest film company of the era Stoll Pictures.

The Notorious Mrs. Carrick
Directed byGeorge Ridgwell
Based onPools of the Past
by Charles Proctor
Starring
Production
company
Distributed byStoll Pictures
Release date
July 1924
Running time
73 minutes
CountryUnited Kingdom
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CastEdit

  • Cameron Carr as David Carrick
  • A.B. Imeson as Tony Tregarthen
  • Gordon Hopkirk as Gerald Rosario
  • Sydney Folker as David Arman
  • Jack Denton as Allen Richards
  • Disa as Sybil Tregarthen
  • Peggy Lynn as Honor Tregarthen
  • Basil Saunders as Inspector Samson
  • Arthur Lumley as Owen Lawson

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