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Mighty Lak’ a Rose
(1923) American
B&W : [?] Eight or Nine? reels
Directed by Edwin Carewe

Cast: James Rennie [Jimmy Harrison], Sam Hardy [Jerome Trevor], Anders Randolf [‘Bull’ Morgan], Harry Short [‘Slippery’ Eddie Foster], Dorothy Mackaill [Rose Duncan], Helene Montrose [Helen Montrose], Paul Panzer [‘Humpty’ Logan], Dora Mills Adams [Mrs. Trevor]

Edwin Carewe Productions production; distributed by Associated First National Pictures, Incorporated. / Produced by Edwin Carewe. Scenario by Adeleide Heilbron and Curtis Benton, from a screen story by Curtis Benton. Technical director, John D. Schulze. Assistant director, Philip W. Masi. Cinematography by Sol Polito. Intertitles by George V. Hobart. Edited by Robert De Lacy. Presented by Edwin Carewe. / Released 12 February 1923. / Standard 35mm spherical 1.37:1 format.

Drama.

Survival status: (unknown)

Current rights holder: (unknown)

Keywords: Blindness - Musical instruments: Violins - Musicians

Listing updated: 30 September 2004.

References: Sherwood-Best p. 177 : Website-IMDb.

 
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