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A Trip to Chinatown (film)

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Genre  Comedy
Cinematography  Barney McGill
Language  English
Director  Robert P. Kerr
Producer  William Fox
Duration  
Country  United States
A Trip to Chinatown (film) movie poster
Writer  Charles Hale Hoyt, Beatrice Van
Release date  June 6, 1926 (1926-06-06)
Cast  Anna May Wong, Charles Farrell, Margaret Livingston, J Farrell MacDonald, Earle Fox
Similar movies  A Clever Dummy (1917), Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans (1927), Happy Days (1930), She (1917)

A Trip to Chinatown is a 1926 silent film produced and distributed by the Fox Film Corporation and starring Margaret Livingston. The supporting cast includes Anna May Wong and Charles Farrell. The movie was scripted by Beatrice Van from Charles Hale Hoyt's hit Broadway musical of the same name and directed by Robert P. Kerr.

Livingston played the "Woman from the City" the following year in F. W. Murnau's Sunrise, the rival to Farrell's future screen partner Janet Gaynor.

This film is considered by historians to be lost.

Cast

  • Margaret Livingston as Alicia Cuyer
  • Earle Foxe as Welland Strong
  • J. Farrell MacDonald as Benjamin Strong
  • Anna May Wong as Ohati
  • Harry Woods as Norman Blood
  • Marie Astaire as Rose Blood
  • Gladys McConnell as Marion Haste
  • Charles Farrell as Gayne Wilder
  • Hazel Howell as Henrietta Lott
  • Wilson Benge as Slavin
  • George Kuwa as Tulung
  • References

    A Trip to Chinatown (film) Wikipedia
    A Trip to Chinatown (film) IMDb


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