The Offenders is a melodrama filmed in the town of Randolph, Vermont, in 1921 directed by Fenwick L. Holmes. The plot is that a woman has been accused of murder, and the (singular) witness is the Village Idiot. Various locals were used as extras. Little else is known about the film, which is suspected to be lost.

What is known is limited to the archives kept in the Chandler Theatre (which showed the movie) and the newspaper records of the day. At that time, Randolph's newspaper was The Herald and Times, which is now just The Herald.

Cast[edit | edit source]

  • Margery Wilson
  • Percy Helton

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • The film is frequently mis-dated, either as from 1922 or 1924. In fact, at-the-time documentation states that it was made in the summer of 1921 and released that November.Template:Fact
  • Presumed lost; if it is ever recovered it will belong in the public domain.

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