Directed by Graham Cutts and produced by Michael Balcon.
Alfred Hitchcock provided the written scenario, which was based on a play by Michael Morton, as well as being both the art director and assistant director. The film was edited by Alma Reville.
The film starred Betty Compson, Clive Brook, Josephine Earle, Marie Ault, and Myrtle Peter.
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It is assumed that this was the first film for which Hitchcock received an on-screen credit.
Producer Victor Saville travelled to America to hire Compson and they returned from New York to Southampton abroad the Olympic, arriving 5th May, 1923. Compson returned to America on 26th September, after completing The White Shadow.
The film was re-released in 1927.
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