~Monte Cristo~
~F-10-177: John Gilbert & Virginia Brown Faire~
~Plot Synopsis~
Dantes, a young French sailor, is snatched from the arms of his bride, Mercedes, and placed in a
dungeon on charges of treason trumped up by Danglars, Fernand, and De Villefort. Dantes tunnels
into the cell of the Abbé Faria, spends the next 20 years receiving the benefits of the Abbé's great
fund of knowledge, then escapes by substituting himself for Faria's dead body. After finding a
treasure on the island of Monte Cristo with a map given to him by the Abbé, Dantes returns to
France, eventually gets revenge on all of his enemies, and is reunited with Mercedes.  

Plot Synopsis from afi.com
Directed by: Emmett J. Flynn

Written by:
Charles Fechter - additional story
Bernard McConville - writer
Sandro Salvini - story

Based on the novel Le Comte de Monte-Cristo by Alexandre Dumas, père
(Paris, 1844-45).

John Gilbert ...  Edmond Dantes, Count of Monte Cristo
Estelle Taylor ...  Mercedes, Countess de Morcerf
Robert McKim ...  De Villefort, the king's attorney
William V. Mong ...  Caderousse, the innkeeper
Virginia Brown Faire ...  Haidee, an Arabian Princess
George Siegmann ...  Luigi Vampa, ex-pirate
Spottiswoode Aitken ...  Abbé Faria
Ralph Cloninger ...  Fernand, Count de Morcert
Albert Prisco ...  Baron Danglars
Al W. Filson ...  Morrel, shipowner (as Al Filson)
Harry Lonsdale ...  Dantes, Father of Edmond
Francis McDonald ...  Benedetto
Jack Cosgrave ...  Governor of Chateau d'If (as Jack Cosgrove)
Maude George ...  Baroness Danglars
Renée Adorée ...  Eugénie Danglars, her daughter
George Campbell ...  Napoleon
Willard Koch ...  Tailor at Cheateau f'If
Howard Kendall ...  Surgeon
Gaston Glass
~Remaining Credits~

Produced by: Fox Film Corporation

Directed by: Fox Film Corporation

Producer: William Fox
Cinematography: Lucien N. Andriot

Length: 10 reels
Runtime: 100 minutes
Premiere: Boston Premiere on April 1, 1922
Released: September 3, 1922