Duration CinematographyCharles J. Stumar CountryUnited States
Release dateSeptember 9, 1928 (1928-09-09) WriterWalter Anthony (titles), John B. Clymer, Albert DeMond (titles), Leigh Jason (story) CastBessie Love, Addie McPhail, Kate Price, Alfred Allen, Tom Moore Similar moviesRelated William Wyler movies
Nora bayes sings has anybody here seen kelly on a victor victrola from 1910
Anybody Here Seen Kelly? was an American silent film released in 1928. This was the first non-Western film directed by William Wyler and is now considered to be a lost film. The title originates from the 1908 British music hall standard "Has Anybody Here Seen Kelly?" by C.W. Murphy and Will Letters.
The song was popularized in the United States by singer Nora Bayes who sang it in the first ever Ziegfeld Follies. This is Bessie Love's last silent film. Location scenes were filmed in New York City.
Arthur osmond sings has anybody here seen kelly on edison cylinder recorded in england 1905
While serving in the American Army during World War I, a womanizing soldier tells all the girls he romances to come and visit him in New York after the war. Never expecting any of them to take him up on it, he gives his address as the Metropolitan Museum of Art. However, one determined French girl comes to America looking for him. walking through the streets of New York she eventually finds him working as a traffic policeman.