B&W : Eight reels / [?] 7340 or 7782? feet / 85 minutes
Directed by Michael Curtiz
Cast: Dolores Costello [Rose Shannon], Conrad Nagel [Chuck White], Georgie Stone [‘Sparrow’], Mitchell Lewis [the professor], Dan Wolheim [‘Lefty’], Pat Hartigan [‘The Mug’], Fred Kelsey [Detective Simpson], G. Raymond Nye [Cowles], Evelyn Pierce [Bobbie], Dorothy Vernon [Aunt Molly], John Miljan [the bank teller]
Warner Brothers Pictures, Incorporated, production; distributed by Warner Brothers Pictures, Incorporated. / Scenario by Edward T. Lowe Jr., with dialogue by Joseph Jackson and Edward T. Lowe Jr., from an adaptation by Edward T. Lowe Jr. of a screen story by Melville Crossman. Assistant director, John Daumery. Cinematography by Hal Mohr. Intertitles by Edward T. Lowe Jr. and Joseph Jackson. Edited by Ralph Dawson. / © 22 March 1928 by Warner Brothers Pictures, Incorporated [LP25089]. Premiere 14 March 1928 at Warners Theatre in New York, New York. Released 28 April 1928. / Standard 35mm spherical 1.37:1 format. Western Electric Vitaphone sound-on-disc sound system. / Silent film, with talking sequences, synchronized music and sound effects.
Survival status: The film is presumed lost.
Current rights holder: (unknown)
Keywords: Synchronized sound film
Listing updated: 1 November 2015.
References: Sweeney-Coming p. 128 : Website-AFI.