~A Man of Stone~
~Martha Mansfield, Conway Tearle & Betty Howe~
~Plot Synopsis~
Captain Deering, a British officer whose gallant career has earned him the sobriquet "The Man of
Stone," returns to London and finds that he has been jilted by his fiancée, Lady Mary Fortescue.
Returning to duty in Arabia, he drinks heavily; and when he becomes seriously ill, he is cared for by
Laila, a desert maiden who falls in love with him, accompanies him into the interior, and saves him from
death at the hands of a robber. Lady Mary, who falls out with her suitor, arrives with the hope of
winning back Deering. Representing herself as Deering's wife, she sends Laila from the camp; Deering
follows Laila and rescues her from bandits; and in his absence the camp is attacked and Lady Mary is
slain. Deering then resolves to devote his future to Arabian problems with Laila as his wife.  

Plot Synopsis from afi.com
Directed by: George Archainbaud

Written by:
Lewis Allen Browne
Edmund Goulding - story
John Lynch - story

Henry Kolker
Conway Tearle ...Capt. Deering
Betty Howe ...Laila
Martha Mansfield ...Lady Fortescue
Colin Campbell ...Lt. Waite
Warren Cook ...Lord Branton
Charles D. Brown ...Lord Reggie
~Remaining Credits~

Produced & Released by: Selznick Pictures Corporation

Cinematography by: Jules Cronjager
Presenter: Lewis J. Selznick

Length: 5 Reels
Runtime: 50 Minutes
Released: November 10, 1921