|Face to Face|
|Directed by||Harry Grossman|
|Written by||Harry Grossman|
|Starring||Marguerite Marsh |
Reginald Warde Productions
|Distributed by||Playgoers Pictures|
|September 17, 1922|
Face to Face is a 1922 American silent mystery film directed by Harry Grossman and starring Marguerite Marsh, Edna Holman and Coit Albertson. It was distributed by the independent company Playgoers Pictures.
At the same time as John Weston commits suicide, burglar Bert Manners is panicked and shoots his own reflection in the mirror. Arrested for murder, a schoolgirl friend of the dead man turns detective to prove him innocent of the killing.
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