|Director||William Desmond Taylor|
|Writer||Julia Crawford Ivers|
|Writer||William J. Locke|
|Company||Realart Pictures Corporation|
Morals is a 1921 American silent drama film directed by William Desmond Taylor and starring May McAvoy, William P. Carleton, and Marian Skinner. It is based on a 1905 novel, The Morals of Marcus Ordeyne by William J. Locke, which was produced as a 1907 Broadway play starring Marie Doro who later made her screen debut in a 1915 film version.
A British talking version of Locke's story was made in 1935 as The Morals of Marcus.
A woman escapes the Turkish harem in which she has been brought up and flees to London in the company of a British adventurer.
- May McAvoy as Carlotta
- William P. Carleton as Sir Marcus Ordeyne
- W.E. Lawrence as Sebastian Pasquale
- Marian Skinner as Mrs McMurray
- Nick De Ruiz as Hamdi
- Starke Patteson as Harry
- Kathlyn Williams as Judith Mainwaring
- Bridgetta Clark as Antoinette
- Sidney Bracey as Stinson
This film is preserved in the collection of the Library of Congress.