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Director  Ralph Barton
Story by  Alexandre Dumas
Language  EnglishFrench
5.4/10 IMDb

Genre  Short, Drama
Duration  
Camille (1926 short film) movie poster
Release date  1926 (1926)
Writer  Alexandre Dumas fils (play)
Genres  Silent film, Short Film, Black-and-white
Cast  Paul Robeson (Alexandre Dumas fils), Sinclair Lewis (Allegorical figures), Anita Loos (Camille), Theodore Dreiser (Gas-House Gleasen), Sherwood Anderson (Mr. X), Clarence Darrow (August Peters)
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Camille: The Fate of a Coquette is a 1926 short film by Ralph Barton. Its development is described in Bruce Kellner's biography of Barton, The Last Dandy (1991).

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This 33-minute silent film was compiled from Barton's home movies and is loosely based on the French novel, La Dame aux Camélias (1848), by Alexandre Dumas, fils. The homemade film is a mish mash of dos and don'ts i.e. a group of people presumably drinking real alcohol from liquor bottles during prohibition. The appearance of a toilet in a bathroom scene had almost never be done in American silent films of the time, with the exception of The Crowd (1928).

Appearances are made by Charlie Chaplin, Paul Robeson, Anita Loos, H. L. Mencken, Theodore Dreiser, Sinclair Lewis, Paul Claudel, and many other socialites of 1920s Paris, France and New York City, U.S.

Camille 1926 directed by ralph barton


Cast

  • Paul Robeson - Alexandre Dumas fils
  • Sinclair Lewis - Allegorical figures
  • Anita Loos - Camille
  • George Jean Nathan - Arthur
  • Donald Freeman - Gustave
  • Pauline Starke - Nan
  • Theodore Dreiser - Gas-House Gleasen
  • Sherwood Anderson - Mr. X
  • Clarence Darrow - August Peters
  • Lois Moran - Alice Brown
  • Édouard Bourdet - The Earl of Idaho
  • Jacques Copeau- Radavanni
  • Georges Lepape - The Weasel
  • Denise Bourdet - Olga Petroff
  • Bernard Boulet de Monuel - Dou-Dou-Dou
  • Sacha Guitry - Mancha y Zaragosa
  • Yvonne Printemps - Angèle Hemingway
  • Alfred Knopf - Abd-el-Hammam
  • Serge Koussevitzky - Grand Duke Michael
  • Wally Toscanini - Madge
  • H.L. Mencken - Andrew Volstead
  • Joseph Hergesheimer - Spirit of Valentino
  • Aileen Pringle - Estelle
  • Marie-Blanche de Polignac - Les Pâcheux
  • Julia Hoyt - Kitty
  • Charles Chaplin - Mike
  • Ethel Barrymore- Olympe
  • John Emerson - Count de Varville
  • Sem - Archbishop of Canterbury
  • Paul Morand - Lars Nelson
  • Patsy Ruth Miller - Sadie
  • Morris Gest - Butter-and-Egg Man
  • Lili Darvas - Queenie
  • Rex Ingram - Charles Stewart Parnell
  • Paul Claudel - Jean Bart
  • W. Somerset Maugham - Monsieur Duval
  • Roland Young - Lord Kyne
  • Sultan of Morocco - Sultan of Morocco
  • Frank Keenan - Prince von Lindenstein
  • Ferenc Molnár - Drnskaqrsk
  • Max Reinhardt - Siegfried
  • Charles G. Shaw - Armand Duval
  • T.R. Smith - Doctor
  • Zéna Naylor - Nurse
  • Mary Hutchins - Nanine
  • Richard Barthelmess - Gaston
  • Chauncey Olcott - Pierre
  • Nikita Balieff - Ivon
  • Dorothy Gish - Grace
  • James Rennie - Philippe
  • Carmel Myers - Agatha
  • Mrs. Thomas Ward - The Virgin Mary
  • References

    Camille (1926 short film) Wikipedia
    Camille (1926 short film) IMDb Camille (1926 short film) themoviedb.org


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