Tongues of Scandal
|Tongues of Scandal|
|Directed by||Roy Clements|
|Written by||Adele De Vore |
George L. Sargent
|Starring||Mae Busch |
|Edited by||Dave Rothschild|
|Distributed by||Sterling Pictures|
|January 3, 1927|
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Tongues of Scandal is a 1927 American silent drama film directed by Roy Clements and starring Mae Busch, William Desmond and Ray Hallor.
- Mae Busch as Helen Hanby
- William Desmond as Gov. John Rhodes
- Ray Hallor as Jimmy Rhodes
- Mathilde Brundage as Mrs. Rhodes
- Lloyd B. Carleton as Mr. Plunkett
- Wilfrid North as Mr. Collett
- James Gordon as O'Rourke
- Jerome La Grasse as Colvin
- De Sacia Mooers as Peggy Shaw
- Connelly p.422
- Connelly, Robert B. The Silents: Silent Feature Films, 1910-36, Volume 40, Issue 2. December Press, 1998.
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