The Masked Menace
The Masked Menace is a 1927 American drama film serial directed by Arch Heath and mostly filmed in Berlin, New Hampshire. It was adapted from the story "Still Face" by pulp writer Clarence Budington Kelland and was released in ten chapters. It is now considered to be lost.
The mill of an old woman and her ward, Faith Newton (Jean Arthur), is being terrorized by the masked menace of the title known as "Still Face". The women are helped by a man named Keats Dodd (Larry Kent). The masked villain's identity is revealed in the final chapter.