A Blind Bargain

A Blind Bargain (1922) is a silent horror film starring Lon Chaney and Raymond McKee, released through Goldwyn Pictures. The movie was directed by Wallace Worsley and is based on Barry Pain's 1897 novel, The Octave of Claudius. The movie, which features Wallace Beery in an unbilled cameo, is considered a lost film.

Critical response for the film was good, most praising Lon Chaney's dual performance as the mad doctor and his servant as being the highlight of the picture.

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