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East Lynne (1925 film)

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Story by  Ellen Wood
Genres  Silent film, Drama film
Country  United States
Director  Emmett J. Flynn
Cinematography  Ernest Palmer
Duration  
East Lynne (1925 film) East Lynne 1931

Language  SilentEnglish intertitles
Release date  November 23, 1925 (1925-11-23)
Based on  East Lynne by Ellen Wood
Writer  Lenore J. Coffee, Emmett J. Flynn
Cast  Alma Rubens, Lou Tellegen, Edmund Lowe
Similar movies  Monte Cristo (1922), A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthurs Court (1921), Street Angel (1928), Springtime in the Rockies (1942), 4 Devils (1928)

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East Lynne is a 1925 American silent drama film directed by Emmett J. Flynn and starring Alma Rubens, Edmund Lowe, and Lou Tellegen. The film is based on the bestselling 1861 Victorian novel of the same name by Ellen Wood. The scenario was written by Lenore Coffee and the film's director, Emmett J. Flynn.

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Distributed by Fox Film Corporation, the film was a hit for the studio grossing $1.1 million. A print of this 1925 East Lynne still exists at the Museum of Modern Art(MOMA).

Cast

  • Alma Rubens as Lady Isabel
  • Edmund Lowe as Archibald Carlyle
  • Lou Tellegen as Sir Francis Levison
  • Belle Bennett as Afy Hallijohn
  • Marjorie Daw as Barbara Hare
  • Leslie Fenton as Richard Hare
  • Richard Headrick as Willie Carlyle
  • Frank Keenan as Chief Justice Hare
  • Lydia Knott as Mrs. Hare
  • Virginia Marshall as Little Isabel
  • Eric Mayne as Earl of Mount-Severn
  • Martha Mattox as Cornelia Carlyle
  • Paul Panzer as Mr. Hallijohn
  • Harry Seymour as Mr. Dill
  • References

    East Lynne (1925 film) Wikipedia
    East Lynne (1925 film) IMDb