About the film
Release Date: March 19, 1921
|Production Companies||:||Thomas H. Ince Corporation|
|Director||:||John Griffith Wray|
|Producers||:||Thomas H. Ince|
|Writers||:||Luther Reed, Louis Joseph Vance|
"Beau" Revel, "An Ince-Vance Special Paramount Picture," was introduced with the subtitle, "This is the story of a man who played at love, forgetting in his vain selfishness, the rules of Duty, even Decency—conceitedly 'wasting his manhood in a game unworthy of man.'" That is a precise definition of Lewis Stone as the title character, first shown having his nails trimmed, his shoes shined, and receiving a shave. His latest fancy is Alice (Kathleen Kirkham), a woman whose husband's drunkenness has given Beau an opening.