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B&W : Eight reels / [?] 7468 or 7540? feet
Directed by Alan Crosland (Sr.)
Cast: Aileen Pringle [the queen], Conrad Nagel [Paul Verdayne], John Sainpolis [King Constantine], H. Reeves Smith (H. Reeves-Smith) [Sir Charles Verdayne], Stuart Holmes [Petrovich], Mithcell Lewis [Vassili], Robert Cain [Verchoff], Nigel de Brulier [Dmitry], Claire de Lorez [Mitze], Dale Fuller [Anna], Helen Dunbar [Lady Henrietta], Alan Crosland Jr. [the young king of Sardalia], Joan Standing [Isabella], William Haines [the curate], George Tustain [the captain of the guards], Dane Rudhyar [Peter]
Goldwyn Pictures Corporation production; distributed by Goldwyn-Cosmopolitan Distributing Corporation. / Scenario by Elinor Glyn, from an adaptation by Carey Wilson of the novel Three Weeks by Elinor Glyn. Editorial direction by June Mathis. Set design by Cedric Gibbons. Costume design by Sophie Wachner. Cinematography by John J. Mescall. / © 12 March 1924 by Goldwyn Pictures Corporation [LP19980]. Released 10 February 1924. / Standard 35mm spherical 1.37:1 format. / The novel was previously filmed as Három hét (1917).
Survival status: Print exists in the Gosfilmofond film archive.
Current rights holder: (unknown)
Keywords: Authors: Elinor Glyn (1864-1943)
Listing updated: 7 October 2012.
References: Brownlow-Behind pp. 19, 20; Dowd-Vidor pp. 52, 55; Eames-MGM p. 13; Geduld-Birth pp. 136, 138; Leish-Cinema p. 46; Paris-Brooks p. 128; Quirk-Swanson pp. 93, 135; Vermilye-Twenties p. 165 : Website-AFI : with additional information provided by Manish Patwari.