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Screenplay  E. Lloyd Sheldon
Duration  
Language  English
Director  Edward H. Griffith
Story by  E. Lloyd Sheldon
Country  United States
Dawn of the East Dawn of the East Wikipedia

Release date  October 1921 (1921-10)
Writer  E. Lloyd Sheldon, E. Lloyd Sheldon
Cast  Alice Brady (Countess Natalya), Michio Ito (Sotan), Kenneth Harlan (Roger Strong), Beatrice Carpenter (Sonya), Frank Honda (Liang)
Related Edward H. Griffith movies  Biography of a Bachelor Girl (1935), No More Ladies (1935), The Animal Kingdom (1932)

Dawn of the East is a lost 1921 American silent drama film directed by Edward H. Griffith and written by E. Lloyd Sheldon. The film stars Alice Brady, Kenneth Harlan, Michio Itō, America Chedister, Betty Carpenter, and Harriet Ross. The film was released in October 1921, by Paramount Pictures.

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Plot

As described in a film magazine, Russian Countess Natalya (Brady) is stranded in Peking, China, and is forced to dance in a public hall to support an invalid sister. She is lured into marriage to a Chinese man through political intrigue, but escapes as she believes the ceremony was not completed and goes to America, where she becomes engaged to an American diplomat. Her persecutors follow her, but she outwits them in a happy ending.

Cast

  • Alice Brady as Countess Natalya
  • Kenneth Harlan as Roger Strong
  • Michio Itō as Sotan
  • America Chedister as Mariya
  • Betty Carpenter as Sonya
  • Harriet Ross as Mrs. Strong
  • Sam Kim as Wu Ting
  • Frank Honda as Liang
  • H. Takemi as Kwan
  • Patricio Reyes as Chang
  • References

    Dawn of the East Wikipedia
    Dawn of the East IMDb


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