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Director  Phil Rosen
Genre  Silent film
Duration  
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Costume design  Charles LeMaire
Cast  Barbara La Marr
Country  United States
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Language  Silent film English intertitles
Release date  March 15, 1925
Based on  Hail and Farewell  by William Hurlbut
Writer  Fanny Hatton, Frederic Hatton, Arthur Hoerl, William Hurlbut (play)
Related Phil Rosen movies  Murder By Invitation (1941), The Red Dragon (1945), Spooks Run Wild (1941), Woman in the Dark (1934), Ellis Island (1936)

Heart of a Siren (also titled Heart of a Temptress) is a 1925 silent film drama/romance directed by Phil Rosen and distributed by First National Pictures. Barbara La Marr starred in one of her last movies. It was based on the Broadway play Hail and Farewell. The UCLA Film and Television Archive has a surviving print.

Cast

  • Barbara La Marr as Isabella Echevaria
  • Conway Tearle as Gerald Rexford
  • Harry T. Morey as John Strong
  • Paul Doucet as Mario Gonzalez
  • Benjamin F. Finney, Jr. as George Drew
  • Florence Auer as Lisette, Isabella's Maid
  • Ida Darling as Mrs. Rexford, Duchess of Chatham
  • William Ricciardi as Emilio, Isabella's Uncle
  • Clifton Webb as Maxim
  • Florence Billings as Lady Louise Calvert
  • Michael Rayle as Pierre (billed Mike Rayle)
  • Katherine Sullivan as Marie
  • References

    Heart of a Siren Wikipedia
    Heart of a Siren IMDb


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