|The Curious Conduct of Judge Legarde|
|Directed by||Will S. Davis|
|Written by||Jesse J. Goldburg (scenario)|
by Victor Mapes and Louis Forest
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The Curious Conduct of Judge Legarde (released in 1920 as The Valley of Night) is a 1915 American drama silent black and white film directed by Will S. Davis. It is based on the play of the same name by Victor Mapes and Louis Forest. The film is lost.
- Lionel Barrymore as Judge Randolph Legarde
- Edna Pendleton as Amelia Garside
- William H. Tooker as Inspector Barton
- Roy Applegate as Big Charles
- T.W.M. Draper
- August Balfour
- Charles E. Graham
- Arthur Morrison
- Ed Roseman
- Thomas O'Keefe
- Betty Young
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