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A Ship Comes In
Also known as Das Grosse Glueck in Germany
(1928) American
B&W : Seven reels / 6902 feet
Directed by William K. Howard

Cast: Rudolph Schildkraut [Peter Pleznik], Louise Dresser [Mrs. Pleznik], Milton Holmes [Eric], Linda Landi [Marthe], Evelyn Mills [Katinka], Virginia Davis [Katinka], Fritz Feld [Sokol], Robert Edeson [Judge Gresham], Lucien Littlefield [Dan Casey], Louis Natheaux [Gregor]

DeMille Pictures Corporation production; distributed by Pathé Exchange, Incorporated [A William K. Howard Production]. / Scenario by Julien Josephson and Sonya Levien, from a screen story by Julien Josephson. Art direction by Anton F. Grot (Anton Grot). Costume design by Adrian. Assistant director, Emile De Ruelle. Cinematography by Lucien Andriot. Intertitles by John Krafft. Edited by Barbara Hunter. / © 10 May 1928 by Pathé Exchange, Incorporated [LP25281]. Released 4 June 1928. / Standard 35mm spherical 1.37:1 format. / Working title: His Country. / [?] Silent film?


Survival status: Print exists [incomplete].

Current rights holder: (unknown)

Keywords: American citizenship - Crime: Murder - Death: Murder - Family life - Hungarians (Abroad) - Immigrants - Janitors - Law: Judges - Patriotism - Police: False arrests - Revolutionaries - Slovakians (Abroad) - USA - War: World War I (28 July 1914-11 November 1918) - Weapons: Bombs

Listing updated: 15 August 2009.

References: Website-AFI.

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