The Bright Shawl

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The Bright Shawl
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Directed by John S. Robertson
Produced by Charles H. Duell
Richard Barthelmess
Written by Edmund Goulding (scenario)
Based onThe Bright Shawl
by Joseph Hergesheimer
Starring Richard Barthelmess
Dorothy Gish
Jetta Goudal
Cinematography George J. Folsey
Edited by William Hamilton
Distributed by Associated First National
Release date
  • April 22, 1923 (1923-04-22)
Running time
80 minutes
CountryUnited States
Language Silent (English intertitles)
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Lobby card for the film

The Bright Shawl is a 1923 American silent historical drama film directed by John S. Robertson and produced by and starring Richard Barthelmess. The picture marked Edward G. Robinson's second film appearance. This film, based on a novel by Joseph Hergesheimer, had several days of filming on location in Cuba. The first film appearance of Edward G. Robinson (credited as E.G. Robinson).

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Plot

In the nineteenth century, an American visiting Cuba with a friend becomes mixed up with the island's independence movement against Spanish rule.

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Preservation

A print of The Bright Shawl survives at the UCLA Film and Television Archive. [1] [2] [3]

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