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James Hall and Vilma Banky.
Photograph: Silent Era image collection.
 
This is Heaven
(1929) American
B&W : Eight reels / 7948 feet
Directed by Alfred Santell

Cast: Vilma Banky [Eva Petrie], James Hall [James Stockdale], Fritzi Ridgeway [Mamie Chase], Lucien Littlefield [Frank Chase], Richard Tucker [E.D. Wallace]

Samuel Goldwyn, Incorporated, production; distributed by United Artists Corporation. / Produced by Samuel Goldwyn. Scenario by Hope Loring, with dialogue by George Marions Jr., from a screen story by Arthur Mantell. Music score by Hugo Riesenfeld. Song “This is Heaven” by Harry Akst (music) and Jack Yellen (lyrics). Cinematography by George Barnes and Gregg Toland. Intertitles by George Marion Jr. Edited by Viola Lawrence. Presented by Samuel Goldwyn. / © 15 June 1929 by Samuel Goldwyn [LP505]. Released 22 June 1929. / [?] Movietone 35mm spherical 1.20:1 format and/or Standard 35mm spherical 1.37:1 format? Western Electric Movietone sound-on-film sound system. / The film was also released in the USA in a silent version in eight reels (at 7859 feet) by United Artists Corporation in 1929. / Silent film, with talking sequences, synchronized music and sound effects.

Comedy: Romance.

Survival status: (unknown)

Current rights holder: (unknown)

Listing updated: 3 June 2010.

References: Smith-Colman p. 299 : Website-AFI.

 
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