|Glengarry School Days|
|Directed by||Henry MacRae|
|Written by||Ralph Connor (novel) |
|Produced by||Ernest Shipman|
|Starring||Harlan Knight |
Ottawa Film Productions
|Distributed by||W.W. Hodkinson Distribution|
|June 17, 1923|
Glengarry School Days is a 1923 Canadian silent drama film directed by Henry MacRae and starring Harlan Knight, James Harrison and Pauline Garon. It is based on the novel of the same title by Ralph Connor. It was distributed in the United States by Hodkinson Pictures with the alternative title of The Critical Age.
It was the last of three pictures based on works by Connor directed by MacRae for Canadian producer Ernest Shipman following Cameron of the Royal Mounted and The Man from Glengarry.