~Beau Brummel~
1924
~Cast~

John Barrymore ...  Gordon Bryon 'Beau' Brummel
Mary Astor ...  Lady Margery Alvanley
Willard Louis ...  Prince of Wales
Carmel Myers ...  Lady Hester Stanhope
Irene Rich ...  Frederica Charlotte, Duchess of York
Alec B. Francis ...  Mortimer
William Humphrey ...  Lord Alvanley
Richard Tucker ...  Lord Stanhope
George Beranger ...  Lord Byron
Clarissa Selwynne ...  Mrs. Wertham
John J. Richardson ...  Poodles Byng
Claire de Lorez ...  Lady Manly
Michael Dark ...  Lord Manly
Templar Saxe ...  Desmond Wertham
James A. Marcus ...  Snodgrass the Innkeeper
Betty Brice ...  Mrs. Snodgrass
Roland Rushton ...  Mr. Abrahams
Carol Holloway ...  Kathleen the Maid
Kate Lester ...  Lady Miora
Rose Dione ...  Madame Bergere
C.H. Chaldecotte ...  Timothy
F.F. Guenste ...  Parkyns, Valet to the Prince of Wales
Beaudine Anderson ...  Child (uncredited)
British Army officer George Bryan Brummell (John Barrymore) decides to become a "beau" and lead a
reckless bachelor's life after he sees his sweetheart, Lady Margery (Mary Astor), forced to marry Lord
Alvanley (William Humphrey). He wins the friendship of the Prince of Wales, leaves his regiment, and
becomes one of Europe's taste-makers. His insolence and his indiscretions with the ladies of the court
make enemies, and he falls into disfavor. After escaping his creditors to France, he eventually dies there
in poverty, deserted by all but his servant, Mortimer (Alec B. Francis).  

Plot Synopsis from afi.com
Directed by: Harry Beaumont

Written by: Dorothy Farnum

Based on the play Beau Brummell by Clyde Fitch (New York, 17 May 1890).
~Plot Synopsis~
~Remaining Credits~

Produced & Released by: Warner Bros. Pictures

Cinematography by: David Abel    
Film Editing by: Howard Bretherton
Assistant Director: Frank R. Strayer  
Special Effects by: F.N. Murphy ....  electrical effects  
Technical Directors: Lewis Gieb & Esdras Hartley  
Special Arrangements: Mrs. Richard Mansfield  
Title Designer: Victor Vance

Length: 10 Reels
Runtime: 135 Minutes
Released: March 30, 1924