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The Scarlet Letter (1926 film)

The Scarlet Letter
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Film poster
Directed by Victor Sjöström
Produced by Victor Sjöström
Written by Nathaniel Hawthorne
Frances Marion
Starring Lillian Gish
Lars Hanson
Cinematography Hendrik Sartov
Editing by Hugh Wynn
Distributed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Release date(s)
Running time 115 minutes
Country United States
Language Silent

The Scarlet Letter is a 1926 American drama film, based on the book by the same name, and directed by Victor Sjöström. Louis B. Mayer was reluctant on using Miss Gish, fearing opposition from church groups. The film was announced as "It's a real 'A' picture", taking advantage of the 'A' for Adultery, and proved a box office failure.[1] Prints of the film survive in the MGM/United Artists film archives and the UCLA Film and Television Archive.[2]

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  • Internet Movie Database

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