|Pleasures of the Rich|
Pleasures of the Rich theatrical poster
|Directed by||Louis J. Gasnier|
|Produced by||A. P. Younger (supervising)|
|Written by||A. P. Younger (scenario)|
|Story by|| Harold McGrath |
("The Wrong Coat")
|Starring|| Helene Chadwick |
|Distributed by||Renown Pictures|
Midwest Film Distributors
Pleasures of the Rich is a 1926 American silent romantic drama film directed by Louis J. Gasnier and produced by Tiffany Pictures with a general distribution through Renown Pictures. The film featured several well known performers of the time, such as Helene Chadwick, Jack Mulhall, Hedda Hopper and Mary Carr.
The film is now considered lost.Its trailer still exists and is housed at the Library of Congress.
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