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The Happy Warrior (1917 film)

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The Happy Warrior
Directed byF. Martin Thornton
Harma Photoplays
Distributed byHarma Photoplays
Release date
  • August 1917 (1917-08)
CountryUnited Kingdom
English intertitles

The Happy Warrior is a 1917 British sports drama film directed by Floyd Martin Thornton and starring James Knight, Joan Legge and Minna Grey.[1] It was remade in Hollywood as The Happy Warrior (1925).

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Actor Role
James Knight The Happy Warrior
Joan Legge Audrey Oxford
Minna Grey Maggie Oxford
Harry Lorraine Foxy
Sydney Lewis Ransome Jaffra
Leslie Howard Rollo
H. Agar Lyons Lord Burdon
Roy Byford Latham
Jeff Barlow Amber
Winifred Evans Lady Burdon
Evelyn Boucher Dora


  1. ^ Monaco p.265


  • James Monaco. The Encyclopedia of Film. Perigee Books, 1991.

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