Director Clarence G. Badger
Written by J. Hartley Manners
Country United States
|Language Silent film
Release date September 29, 1924 (1924-09-29)
Writer J. Hartley Manners (play), J. Hartley Manners (screenplay)
Genres Silent film, Drama, Black-and-white
Cast Laurette Taylor, Alan Hale - Sr, Tom Moore, Warner Oland, Ralph Yearsley (Gardner)
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One Night in Rome is a 1924 film starring Laurette Taylor. The film was directed by Clarence G. Badger and written J. Hartley Manners, Ms. Taylor's husband, based upon his play. Laurette Taylor was a great name of the American theatre, who made only three films in a triumph-studded career, all of them derived from plays by her husband. This was the last of those three films (the previous two had been done by Metro Pictures). Ms. Taylor seems to have enjoyed making One Night in Rome as she kept a personal print of the movie to always show guests at her home, re-running it over and over again.
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Madame L'Enigme (Laurette Taylor) is a fortune-teller whose client Mario (Warner Oland) recognises her as a woman who disappeared in a cloud of scandal after her husband's suicide.
ReferencesOne Night in Rome Wikipedia
One Night in Rome IMDb