Dorothy Vernon of Haddon Hall
1924, regia di Marshall Neilan
Scheda: Nazione: USA - Produzione: Mary Pickford Company - Distribuzione: United Artists, Videobrary - Soggetto: dal romanzo When Knighthood Was in Flower di Charles Major - Sceneggiatura: Waldemar Young - Fotografia: Charles Rosher - Costumi: Mitchell Leisen, Sophie Wachner - Formato: B.N., muto - Durata: 106'.
Cast: Mary Pickford, Anders Randolf, Marc McDermott, Carrie Daumery, Allan Forrest, Lottie Pickford Forrest, Wilfred Lucas, Clare Eames, Estelle Taylor, Courtenay Foote, Colin Kenny, Julie Bishop.
Plot Summary, Synopsis, Review: IMDb - nytimes.com - tudorplace.com.ar - silentera.com - silentsaregolden.com - bfi.org.uk: «In the 20s, Pickford began to experiment with her on-screen image. With this in mind, she decided to make this grand historical drama set in 16th century England. Dorothy, the rebellious daughter of nobility, refuses to abide by a pre-arranged marriage after falling in love with the son of a family enemy. Before she knows it, she has offended both Mary Queen of Scots and Queen Elizabeth! Allan Forest, Pickford's brother-in-law, plays the romantic lead, while his wife Lottie Pickford Forrest stars as Dorothy's devoted maid. Two nitrate prints, one Russian and one French, were used in the restoration, and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences provided English intertitles. ... Restored by the Cinematheque Royale».