PRESERVATION STATUS: Restored 35mm. Located at Eastman House. A 16mm print of this is also located at The New York Public Library.Frank Lloyd Productions. Distributed by First National Pictures. Production dates: October 1923. Released: December 29, 1924 (San Francisco premiere) General release Jan 1924; copyright: December 12, 1923 LP19700.) Silent
PRESERVATION STATUS: LostB.P. Schulberg Productions. Distributed by: Preferred Pictures. Production dates: August-September 1923. (Newark, N.J., showing: released December 11, 1923. Copyright: November 21, 1923; LP19631). Silent; b&w.; 35mm. 8reels, 7,500 ft. Presented by B.P. Schulberg. Directed by: Louis Gasnier. Adapted by: Olga Printzlau. Photographed by: Karl Struss. Cast: Ethel Shannon
PRESERVATION STATUS: LostFilm Guild. Distributed by: W.W.Hodkinson Corp. Production date: June/July 1923, Pyramid Studios, NYC. Released: January 7, 1924. Silent; b&w.35mm.; 6 reels, 5,800 ft. Directed by: Frank Tuttle. Scenario: James Ashmore Creelman. Photographed by: Fred Waller, Jr. Set Design: Junius Crovins. Cast: Glenn Hunter (“Kid” Hart), Helenka Adamowska (Annie
PRESERVATION STATUS: LostDaniel Carson Goodman Corp. Distributed by Equity Pictures. Production dates: Spring-Summer 1923, New York City. Released September 15, 1923 (copyright: August 14, 1923; LP19306). Silent; b&w.; 35mm. 7 reels, 6,782 ft. Production-Story-Adaptation: Daniel Carson Goodman. Directed by: Kenneth Webb. Cast: Mildred Harris (Susie La Motte), Charles Emmett Mack
PRESERVATION STATUS: An incomplete 35mm print exists at The Library of Congress.Cosmopolitan Productions. Distributed by: Goldwyn Distributing Corp. ca April 15, 1923. Production date: late 1922-January 1923. Filming took place in NYC and Monte Carlo. New York premiere: March 31, 1923. General release: September 2, 1923. Copyright: May 21, 1923;
PRESERVATION STATUS: Exists at The UCLA Film ArchiveWhaling Film Corporation. Distributed by: W.W. Hodkinson Corp. Production date: Summer 1922 (New Bedford Mass). Providence, Rhode Island, premiere: November 1922, General release: March 4, 1923. Silent; b&w.; 35mm. 12 reels. (Also 9 reels, 8,900 ft) Presented by: Elmer Clifton. Directed by: Elmer Clifton.
RESERVATION STATUS: 6 reels exists at The UCLA Film Archive in video and 16mm.R-C Pictures. Production date: late 1921 New York City. Release date: February 19, 1922. (Copyright: February 19, 1922; LP17703). Silent; b&w.; 35mm. 7 reels, 6,500 ft. (Also 6 reels) Directed by: William Christy Cabanne. Adoptation: Eustace Hale Ball, Loila
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