Tiger Rose (1929 film)

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Tiger Rose
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Directed by George Fitzmaurice
Written byGordon Rigby
Harvey F. Thew
De Leon Anthony (titles)
Based onTiger Rose (play)
by Willard Mack
Starring Monte Blue
Lupe Vélez
Rin Tin Tin
H. B. Warner
Tully Marshall
Cinematography Tony Gaudio
Edited byThomas Pratt
Production
company
Distributed byWarner Bros.
Release date
  • December 21, 1929 (1929-12-21)
Running time
63 minutes; 6 reels
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish

Tiger Rose is a 1929 American Pre-Code early sound adventure film produced and distributed by Warner Bros. It was directed by George Fitzmaurice and is based on a 1917 play, Tiger Rose, by Willard Mack. This film is a remake of the 1923 film Tiger Rose Warner Bros. silent that starred Lenore Ulric, who also starred on Broadway in Mack's play. Among the cast members in this film are Monte Blue, Lupe Vélez and Rin Tin Tin. [1] [2]

Contents

Both adaptations 1923 and 1929 exist. Library of Congress has an incomplete copy. A 16mm copy is housed at the Wisconsin Center for Film & Theater Research. [3]

Plot

A mountie pursues a man wanted for murder.

Cast

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References

  1. "Tiger Rose: Progressive Silent Film List". www.silentera.com.
  2. "Tiger Rose (1929)". www.silentfilmstillarchive.com.
  3. Wisconsin Center for Film and Theater Research, Feature Film Database:Tiger Rose Retrieved June 24, 2021