The Scarlet Letter (1934) is an American film directed by Robert G. Vignola. It was shot in Salem's Pioneer Village and Sherman Oaks, California. This was the only film Colleen Moore ever said she made for the money. She was reportedly preparing to take her dollhouse on tour for charity, and saw the film as an opportunity to make a last film with friends. Henry B. Walthall played Roger Chillingworth in both this and the 1926 silent version.