Also known as Fanny Hawthorne in the USA
B&W : Feature film
Directed by Maurice Elvey
Cast: Estelle Brody [Fanny Hawthorne], John Stuart [Allan Jeffcoate], Norman McKinnell [Nathaniel Jeffcoate], Marie Ault [Mrs. Hawthorne], Humberston Wright [Chris Hawthorne], Gladys Jennings [Beatrice Farrar], Irene Rooke [Mrs. Jeffcoate], Peggy Carlisle [Marcy Hollins], Arthur Chesney [Sir Timothy Farrar], John Rowal [George Ramsbottom], Alfred Goddard (Alf Goddard) [Nobby], Cyril Maclaglen (Cyril McLaglen) [Alf], B. Graham Soutten (Graham Soutten) [Mr. Hollins], Edmund Gwenn
Gaumont British Picture Corporation production. / Produced by Victor Saville and Maurice Elvey. Scenario by Victor Saville, from the play Hindle Wakes by Stanley Houghton. Art direction by Andrew Mazzei. Cinematography by Basil Emmott. Supervising editor, Gareth Gundrey. / Standard 35mm spherical 1.33:1 format. / The play was previously filmed as Hindle Wakes (1918). The film was released in the USA as Fanny Hawthorne by Excellent Pictures on 7 November 1929. [?] One source notes the cinematography as Emmott; Website-IMDb lists the cinematographers as Jack E. Cox and William Shenton. / Silent film.
Survival status: Print exists.
Current rights holder: (unknown)
Listing updated: 20 November 2012.
References: Perry-British pp. 60k, 315, 352 : ClasIm-311 p. 15 : Website-IMDb.
Home video: DVD.