|Directed by||Scott R. Dunlap|
|Screenplay by||Paul Schofield|
|Based on||The Water Cross|
by Jack Boyle
|Starring|| William Russell |
W. C. Robinson
|Distributed by||Fox Film Corporation|
Boston Blackie is a 1923 American crime film directed by Scott R. Dunlap and written by Paul Schofield. The film stars William Russell, Eva Novak, Frank Brownlee, Otto Matieson, W. C. Robinson and Fred Esmelton. The film was released on May 6, 1923, by Fox Film Corporation.
John Chester Brooks Morris was an American stage, film, television, and radio actor. He had some prestigious film roles early in his career, and received an Academy Award nomination for Alibi (1929). Chester Morris is best remembered today for portraying Boston Blackie, a criminal-turned-detective, in the modestly budgeted Boston Blackie film series of the 1940s.
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The Custard Cup is a 1923 American drama film directed by Herbert Brenon and written by G. Marion Burton and Ralph Spence. It is based on the 1921 novel The Custard Cup by Florence Bingham Livingston. The film stars Mary Carr, Myrta Bonillas, Miriam Battista, Jerry Devine, Ernest McKay, and Peggy Shaw. The film was released on January 1, 1923, by Fox Film Corporation.
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