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  Ronald Colman and Doris Kenyon.
Photograph: Silent Era image collection.
A Thief in Paradise
(1925) American
B&W : Eight reels / [?] 7231 or 7355? feet
Directed by George Fitzmaurice

Cast: Doris Kenyon [Helen Saville], Ronald Colman [Maurice Blake], Aileen Pringle [Rosa Carmino], Claude Gillingwater [Noel Jardine], Alec Francis (Alec B. Francis) [Bishop Saville], John Patrick [Ned Whalen], Charles Youree [Philip Jardine], Etta Lee [Rosa’s maid], Lon Poff [Jardine’s secretary]

George Fitzmaurice Productions (Samuel Goldwyn, Incorporated) production; distributed by First National Pictures, Incorporated. / Scenario by Frances Marion, from the novel The Worldings by Leonard Merrick. Art direction by Ben Carré. Cinematography by Arthur Miller (Arthur C. Miller). Edited by Stuart Heisler. Presented by Samuel Goldwyn. / © 29 December 1924 by George Fitzmaurice Productions [LP20957]. Premiered 25 January 1925 at Mark Strand Theatre in New York, New York. Released [?] 11 or 18? January 1925. / Standard 35mm spherical 1.33:1 format. / Some exteriors shot on-location in San Francisco, California. Quirk-Colman p. ? lists the length as 7231 feet.


Survival status: The film is presumed lost.

Current rights holder: (unknown)

Keywords: USA: California: San Francisco

Listing updated: 29 February 2012.

References: FilmYearBook-1926 p. 57; Quirk-Colman pp. 16, 63, 64, 65-66, 67; Smith-Colman pp. 31, 38-40 : Website-AFI.

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