B&W : Five reels
Directed by Travers Vale + [William A. Brady and Humphrey Bogart]
Cast: Nita Naldi [Grace Andrews], Herbert Druce [Tom Andrews], Jack Mower [Bill Reid], J.H. Gilmore [William Stuyvesant], Arline Pretty [Ruth Stuyvesant], Leeward Meeker [Ralph Stuyvesant], Rod La Rocque [Tom Burnett], Edwin Stanley [Dennis O’Brien], Curtis Cooksey [‘Bull’ Anderson], Geoffrey Stein [‘Dutch’ Joe Schmidt], Effingham Pinto [Monsieur Henri]
William A. Brady production; distributed by Famous Players-Lasky Corporation. / Produced by William A. Brady. From the play Life by Thompson Buchanan. Cinematography by Frank Kirby. / © 19 July 1921 by Famous Players-Lasky Corporation [LP16773]. Premiered October 1920 in Stamford, Connecticut. Released October 1920. / Standard 35mm spherical 1.33:1 format. / The production was shot at the Peerless Studios in Fort Lee, New Jersey. Vale was fired by Brady late in the film’s production and was briefly replaced by Bogart, a Brady family friend working as an office boy, who was replaced by Brady to finish the production. The film was released nationally by Famous Players-Lasky Corporation in July 1921.
Survival status: The film is presumed lost.
Current rights holder: Public domain.
Listing updated: 25 April 2009.