The Hottentot (1922 film)
|Directed by||James W. Horne|
|Written by||Del Andrews |
|Based on||The Hottentot|
by William Collier, Sr. and Victor Mapes
|Produced by||Thomas H. Ince|
|Distributed by||Associated First National|
|Language||Silent (English intertitles)|
The Hottentot is a 1922 American silent comedy film directed by James W. Horne and Del Andrews and starred Douglas MacLean. It is based on the 1920 Broadway play The Hottentot by William Collier, Sr. and Victor Mapes. Thomas H. Ince produced the feature with distribution by Associated First National.
The story was refilmed by Warner Brothers as The Hottentot in 1929 as an early Vitaphone talkie.
- Raymond Hatton as Swift
- Madge Bellamy as Peggy Fairfax
- Douglas MacLean as Sam Harrington
- Lila Leslie as Mrs. Carol Chadwick
- Martin Best as Ollie Gilford
- Truly Shattuck as Mrs. May Gilford
- T. D. Crittenden as Major Reggie Townsend (credited as Dwight Crittendon)
- Bert Lindley as McKesson
- Stanhope Wheatcroft as Larry Crawford
It survives incomplete.
- ^ The Library of Congress American Silent Feature Film Survival Catalog: The Hottentot
- ^ The Hottentot on Broadway at George M. Cohan's Theatre, March to June 1920; IBDb.com (played at George M. Cohan's Theatre)
- ^ The AFI Catalog of Feature Films:The Hottentot
- ^ Progressive Silent Film List: The Hottentot at silentera.com
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