The Man Who Stayed at Home
|The Man Who Stayed at Home|
|Directed by||Cecil M. Hepworth|
|Written by||Lechmere Worrall (play)|
|Distributed by||Central Films|
The Man Who Stayed at Home is a 1915 British silent thriller film directed by Cecil M. Hepworth and starring Dennis Eadie, Violet Hopson and Alma Taylor. During the First World War a detective poses as a man who has evaded military service in order to infiltrate a gang of enemy spies operating out of a coastal boarding house.
- Dennis Eadie as Christopher Brent
- Violet Hopson as Miriam Leigh
- Alma Taylor as Molly Preston
- Lionelle Howard as Carl Sanderson
- Chrissie White as Daphne Kidlington
- Henry Edwards as Fritz
- Dorothy Rowan as Mrs. Sanderson
- Jean Cadell as Miss Myrtle
- Ruby Belasco as Fraulein Schroeder
- Palmer p.367
- Palmer, Scott. British Film Actors' Credits, 1895-1987. McFarland, 1988.
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