Flora le Breton


Directed by                    Graham Cutts
Produced by                  Master Films
Starring                         Hilda Bayley, Flora le Breton, Ward McAllister, Cyril Raymond, Tony Fraser, Teddy Arundell
Release date                   May 1922
Running time                 55 minutes
Country                          Great Britain
Language                        Silent film, English intertitles


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This movie is part of our series "Other Favorite Films".  This category includes films that do not feature a particular star from our site, but which in our view represent a major contribution of a silent movie to Arts and Culture.


    "Cocaine" is a British crime drama. A drug lord must deal with unintended consequences.
    The film became contentious even before hitting the screens. "Cocaine" was banned as it was feared that it would encourage drug use. The film's message, however, is exactly the opposite. Eventually "Cocaine" was approved by the board of censors under the alternative and less provocative title "While London Sleeps". Still, it is said that this is the most controversial British film of the 1920s.


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   Teddy Arundell


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