State Street Sadie

Last updated

State Street Sadie
State Street Sadie lobby card.jpg
Lobby card
Directed by Archie Mayo
Written by Edward T. Lowe (adaptation, screenplay & titles)
Joseph Jackson (titles)
Story by"Melville Crossman" (Darryl F. Zanuck)
Starring Conrad Nagel
Myrna Loy
Music by Louis Silvers
Cinematography Barney McGill
Edited byGeorge Marks
Production
company
Distributed byWarner Bros.
Release date
  • August 25, 1928 (1928-08-25)
Running time
75 minutes
CountryUnited States
Language Silent (with English talking sequences)
lobby card. lost film. State Street Sadie lobby card 2.jpg
lobby card. lost film.

State Street Sadie is a 1928 American crime drama film directed by Archie Mayo, and released as a silent film with talking sequences using Warner Bros.' Vitaphone sound-on-disc process. [1] This is regarded as a lost film. [1] [2] [3] [4]

Contents

Cast

Related Research Articles

<i>The Gold Diggers</i> (1923 film) 1923 film by Harry Beaumont

The Gold Diggers is a lost Warner Bros. silent comedy film directed by Harry Beaumont with screenplay by Grant Carpenter based on the play The Gold Diggers by Avery Hopwood which ran for 282 performances on Broadway in 1919 and 1920. Both the play and the film were produced by David Belasco. The film stars Hope Hampton, Wyndham Standing, and Louise Fazenda. It was also the (uncredited) film debut of Louise Beavers.

<i>A Million Bid</i> 1927 film

A Million Bid is a 1927 silent drama film directed by Michael Curtiz and starring Dolores Costello. It is based on the 1908 play, Agnes, by Gladys Rankin Drew writing under the pseudonym "George Cameron".

The Desired Woman is a lost 1927 silent drama film directed by Michael Curtiz.

<i>Tenderloin</i> (film) 1928 film by Michael Curtiz

Tenderloin is a 1928 American part-talkie crime film directed by Michael Curtiz and starring Dolores Costello. While the film was a part-talkie, it was mostly a silent film with a synchronized musical score and sound effects on Vitaphone discs. It was produced and released by Warner Bros. Tenderloin is considered a lost film, with no prints currently known to exist.

<i>Hearts in Exile</i> (1929 film) 1929 film

Hearts in Exile is a 1929 American pre-Code romance film produced and distributed by Warner Bros. and directed by Michael Curtiz. It was also released in a silent version with music and effects. It starred Dolores Costello in a story based on the 1904 novel by John Oxenham. An earlier 1915 film starring Clara Kimball Young was also produced, and is extant, but the 1929 version is considered to be a lost film.

The Little Snob is a 1928 silent comedy film from Warner Bros.. Currently this is a lost film. It was released with a synchronized musical score and sound effects using the Vitaphone sound-on-disc process, however there is no spoken dialogue.

<i>The Avalanche</i> (1919 film) 1919 film by George Fitzmaurice

The Avalanche is a 1919 American silent drama film about gambling directed by George Fitzmaurice who also served as the film's art director. William Scully was the assistant director to Fitzmaurice. The film stars Elsie Ferguson and Warner Oland.

Bride of the Storm (1926) is a silent historical adventure made at Warner Brothers, directed by J. Stuart Blackton, and starring Tyrone Power, Sr. and Dolores Costello. Sheldon Lewis plays Tyrone Power's son in this picture even though in real life, Lewis was a year older than Power.

<i>Three Sinners</i> 1928 film

Three Sinners (1928) is a silent film directed by Rowland V. Lee, starring Pola Negri, and co-starring Warner Baxter, Olga Baclanova, and Paul Lukas.

The Little Irish Girl is a 1926 silent film romantic drama produced and distributed by Warner Bros., directed by Roy Del Ruth and starring Dolores Costello. Based on the story The Grifters, written by Edith Joan Lyttleton, it is considered to be a lost film.

<i>Sadie Love</i> 1919 film by John S. Robertson

Sadie Love is a lost 1919 American silent comedy film distributed by Paramount Pictures and directed by John S. Robertson. It is based on a 1915 stage play of the same name by Avery Hopwood and stars Billie Burke in the title role. In the play, Marjorie Rambeau played the Burke part.

<i>Hogans Alley</i> (film) 1925 film

Hogan's Alley is a 1925 American silent comedy film produced and distributed by Warner Bros. It was an early directing assignment for Roy Del Ruth and starred Monte Blue, Patsy Ruth Miller, and Ben Turpin. This film is a precursor to the silent film One Round Hogan, a later Monte Blue boxing vehicle.

<i>Tracked by the Police</i> 1927 film by Ray Enright

Tracked by the Police is a 1927 silent film produced and distributed by the Warner Bros. with a story written by Darryl Zanuck. It stars dog actor Rin Tin Tin. Ray Enright directed with 'Rinty's' costars being Jason Robards, Sr. and Virginia Brown Faire. The film may have had a Vitaphone sound effects/music track that is now lost. The film is preserved at the Library of Congress.

<i>The Isle of Lost Ships</i> (1929 film) 1929 film

The Isle of Lost Ships is a 1929 talking film released in an alternative silent version with a Vitaphone track of effects and music. It was produced by Richard A. Rowland and distributed by Warner Bros.. Irvin Willat was the director with Jason Robards, Sr. and Virginia Valli in the leads. It is based on the 1909 novel The Isle of Dead Ships by Crittenden Marriott, and is also a remake of Maurice Tourneur's now lost 1923 classic of the same name. This film is preserved at the Library of Congress.

<i>The Far Call</i> 1929 film by Allan Dwan

The Far Call is a 1929 American lost film directed by Allan Dwan and starring Charles Morton and Leila Hyams. Produced and distributed by the Fox Film Corporation. It is a late silent film with Fox's Movietone sound on film system containing music and sound effects.

<i>Why Girls Go Back Home</i> 1926 film

Why Girls Go Back Home is a lost 1926 American silent comedy drama film produced and distributed by Warner Bros. James Flood directed and Patsy Ruth Miller and Clive Brook starred. Myrna Loy has a feature role. The film is a sequel to Warner Bros.'s 1921 Why Girls Leave Home, which was a box office hit.

<i>The Country Kid</i> 1923 film by William Beaudine

The Country Kid is a 1923 American silent comedy drama film directed by William Beaudine for Warner Bros. It stars Wesley Barry, Spec O'Donnell, and Bruce Guerin as three orphaned brothers who struggle to preserve their inheritance and remain together.

<i>Marriage for Convenience</i>

Marriage For Convenience is a 1919 silent film drama directed by Sidney Olcott and starring Catherine Calvert.

<i>Skin Deep</i> (1929 film) 1929 film

Skin Deep is a 1929 American pre-Code drama film directed by Ray Enright and starring Monte Blue. It was produced and distributed by the Warner Brothers. It was also released in the U.S. in a silent version for theaters not equipped yet with sound. The film is a remake of a 1922 Associated First National silent film of the same name directed by Lambert Hillyer and starring Milton Sills.

<i>What Happened to Father?</i> (1927 film) 1927 film

What Happened to Father? is a 1927 American silent comedy film directed by John G. Adolfi and written by Charles R. Condon. It is based on the 1909 short story of the same name by Mary Roberts Rinehart that was originally serialized in Lippincott's Monthly Magazine. The film stars Warner Oland, Flobelle Fairbanks, and William Demarest. A previous version of the story was filmed in 1915.

References